Following the huge worldwide success of the blockbuster Hunger Games movie franchise, Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: The Exhibition opened its global tour at Discovery Times Square, New York City.
Electrosonic designed, supplied and integrated the audio-visual systems for the 12,000 square-foot exhibition whose costumes, props, set recreations and interactive experiences deliver a dynamic fan experience.
Electrosonic’s involvement in the exhibition begins with the preshow queue area where the Hall of Justice façade is projection mapped onto a three dimensional set piece, which becomes the entry to the District 12 gallery.
Panasonic projectors with ultra short-throw reverse lenses sit side by side to warp the architectural imagery onto the set piece. A 7thSense server, in mesh mode, aligns 3D CAD files of the architecture onto the dimensional surface of the set. Electrosonic provided mock-ups and consultation for the projection mapping system prior to installation.