The Sound Odyssey
THE SOUND ODYSSEY, IMMERSION IN AN EXTRAORDINARY UNIVERSE
Executive production, conception and realization of a binaural and spatialized video mapping show in the heart of the Ancient Theater of Orange. Permanent nocturnal show in the heart of the Ancient Theatre of Orange, from May to September.
The Ancient Theatre of Orange, this extraordinary monument has been at the forefront of innovation for 2,000 years. Like Ulysses in Homer’s Odyssey, who discovers kingdoms and wonders by venturing to the farthest reaches of mythology, the Ancient Theatre offers the public a journey into the richness of sound and music in our world.
Visitors are invited to move freely within the Theatre and discover a dreamlike universe full of visual and sonic surprises. Enveloped by sound and image, they will encounter a multitude of deities and mythological characters and will cross wonderful and fantastic landscapes.
This unique sound experience is accompanied by a monumental videomapping projected on the entirety of the Ancient Theatre, allowing the audience to be immersed in a multi-dimensional universe, both sound and visual. For the first time in the world of entertainment, the videomapping is entirely designed by artificial intelligence, a technology at the cutting edge of innovation capable of imagining and drawing worlds and creatures of unparalleled creativity.
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Ancient Theater of Orange
Property of the city of Orange
Managed by EDEIS
Museum Manufactory and anamnesia managed the entire project. From the definition of the concept, the technical engineering, the deployment, the rearrangement of the reception areas to accommodate the equipment, to the production and realization of the entire show.
- Technical engineering
- Scenography, furniture design
- Artistic direction
- Technical direction
- Image and sound executive production
- Deployment monitoring
- Project monitoring
MUSEUM MANUFACTORY / ANAMNESIA / IMKI
Alain Richon – LDS
Étienne Mineur – VOLUMIQUE
© teaser video sequence: Kprodz