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Christie illuminates Madrid pavilion in Shanghai Expo

Christie illuminates Madrid pavilion in Shanghai Expo

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During Shanghai World Expo 2010, a construction called attention due to its uniqueness: the Air Tree. Audiovisual displays projected 360 º images of Madrid, visible both from inside and from outside the work.

The surround effect was achieved by five projectors Christie S +16 K Roads installed in the structure. Telefonica Audiovisual Services (TSA) was the author of this visual effects.

Designed by the architectural firm Urban Ecosystem, the Tree is a bioclimatic project, a multimedia space and a meeting place for the visitors, as well as the setting for live entertainment. Madrid became the only Latin-speaking city with its own pavilion at the Expo.

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