Expo 2017 Astana, Japan Pavilion Exhibition Project Plan and Construction
Expo Astana, Japan Pavilion
Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana City
Project plan, construction, maintenance, video production, application production, sound, lighting design
An international exposition featuring the theme of “Future Energy” was held in Kazakhstan. Our goal was to present Japanese energy technology and related efforts to the world, and to attract interest in Japan.
The main show took place on a 20-meter widescreen. Using a smartphone application in combination with special sound range and non-audible sound technology, we were able to produce an impactful presentation.
In another corner of the exhibition, a life-sized cross-section of a house was formed using a LED frame. A screen was installed as the back wall of the house and offered a visualization of future living. The exhibition was orchestrated using the combination of the LED frame, life-sized images, and lighting. The smartphone application was not linked to one specific server – once it was downloaded, it was operational at each of the terminals in the facility. Additionally, visitors who had downloaded the application were able to keep accessing the information on the application even after the Expo ended.
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