What?

The project is a further development of assignment Kärnan, an app with development potentialWe now want to continue to explore the possibilities of virtual technology in a projected form. In the same way as we have tried to illustrate the courtyard, we now want to investigate how we can proceed technically as we project from several directions simultaneously on the tower's 700-year-old walls. We investigate how sound and image can be synchronized when projections convey knowledge experiences. An important part of the project is to evaluate how tomorrow's exhibitions should be done inside the tower, in an environment that is sensitive where no fixed anchors or any interventions should be made.

Why?

We want to investigate how projections in place increase the understanding of the past. What does a projected on-site experience mean as a learning tool for those with reading and writing difficulties? And how do we create an experience with equal parts knowledge and entertainment ”edutainment”?

 

How?

The experience is primarily aimed at schools and tourists, but at the same time has the ambition to reach as accurate a height as possible. The projected experience is at the same time a learning tool that helps the student to reach medieval art and cultural history. Properly designed, it can be an unbeatable history lesson!

Impact target

The effect goals are to offer visitors an experience projected inside the tower. The ambition is to depart from the traditional pedagogical story with text signs, audio guide or smaller screen. The project's goal is to investigate how a, almost, projected experience on the tower walls where the visitor starts this through a playful maneuver - when he, for example, lifts a cup, starts a special projection linked to that particular object. The visual experience should be a combination of live animation and still projections, all based on a retold historical story.

Resident involvement

In the first step of the project, what was to be told was discussed - occasional events, such as the Plague 1350 or the saint's story about Saint Barbara? Or a longer biographical story about the medieval queen Margareta and her life as regent? Maybe something completely different? The second step involves the production of stories displayed on Kärnan's third floor starting when H22 begins.

Contact

Name: Per-Magnus Johansson
E-mail: Pelle.johansson@helsingborg.se