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The Comitum area, at the Roman Forum (Rome), is closed to the public due to the recent excavations on the site. At the workshop at Instalaciones Efímeras postgraduate course we developed an interactive wall that explains to the visitors what’s behind the covering canopy.
Students conceived a wall with holes, so visitors could look through them and see the real works taking place inside. Besides, some interactive devices were activated by sensors when tourists would go close to the apertures.
Interactions were placed inside black boxes embeded on the wall. A mechanical pannel was activated by approaching a hand and videos about the Lapis Niger controlled by moving a finger over the surface. There was also a camera that visitors could move and see the inside of the structure.
A project from:
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Instalaciones Efímeras - 2013 class
With the support of:
Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma
Collaboration and technical assistance: