A touch-enabled wooden mural

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Perhaps the most alluring aspect of the interactive wall is the powerful combination of the organic with the most technologic.

We could, for instance, install a huge mural wall made of the most sturdy, rough and natural wood as a projection surface while we track user movements and body expression with contact and motion sensors.

A very low latency and powerful projection equipment help yield an expressive, rich and precise user experience.

The exclusive design of the installation is truly attractive in itself to observe, but the magic really begins when you touch the mural. The inert and quite wooden facade suddenly comes to life and is invaded by gorgeously animated content, instantly reacting to the lightest gestures and brushstrokes of the user.

It is an impressive adventure that fully captures the attention of the public and yet a greatly unobtrusive delivery method for informational content.

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