Mar 30, 2016 | Comments Off on YGGRDRASSIL MAPPING SCULPTURE – Danish Royal Jelling National Museum 2348
An animated 3D projection mapped show for diners at The Ritz in Abu Dhabi and World Trade Center Club in Dubai using 29x HD28DSE Full HD projectors and BrightSign media players.
‘Le Petit Chef in the footsteps of Marco Polo’ is a two hour dining show that tells the story of how the world’s smallest chef followed the route of Marco Polo. The show’s 6 course menu takes the guest along a culinary journey across the regions visited by the legendry traveler. The unparalleled 3D show is complimented by a unique gastronomic experience full of fun and surprises. Diners engage in a 5 senses spectacle as they savor the tastes of the story along its sights, sounds and aromas. The 3D mapping concept that has been live since 2015 uses animated optical illusion techniques to project a little chef cooking on your plate. The concept had been created by two Belgian artists: Filip Sterckx and Antoon Verbeeck (http://www.skullmapping.com), who teamed up with entrepreneur and concept creator Nadine Beshir to offer a unique new dining experience to the market.
Concept and Story: Filip Sterckx + Antoon Verbeeck + Nadine Beshir
Producer: Nadine Beshir
Creative Director: Filip Sterckx
3D artists: Filip Sterckx + Antoon Verbeeck + Birgit Sterckx + Paulina Zybinska
Chef: Tomas Reger
Partner: Shehab Nawawi + Hoda Abdelhameed
Lights: Hoda Abdelhameed
Production assistant: Injy Beshir
Food Styling: Alia El Sawy
For more information http://www.lepetitchef.com