Integrated in the Multimedia Museum we developed a 6×4 meter hologram integrated into a scenery that revealed the miracle of Fátima.
The continuous flow of different interactive installations supports the whole story and GEMA designed multi-projection systems, interactive solutions activated by floor sensors that show the devotion across the world, as well as a multimedia room dedicated to John Paul II.
GEMA also produced two large scale holograms integrated in a real-world scenario to simulate religious happenings that took place in this region.
One of the main attractions in this museum is a stereoscopic film that recreates the ambiance lived by the local population when and where the Miracle of the Sun happened. Visitors can feel heat sensations when the sun exposes its strong light on the screen, as well as cold sensations when the wind blows.
They can also sense the scent of flowers, while 3D petals fall from the sky.
This venue benefits from our Onecore technology, that allows a more centralized control of the equipment. Through an intelligent behavior analysis software for each hardware device installed, this museum profits from an automated and easy management of its daily operation.