The Gippsland Art Gallery is situated at the Port of Sale, overlooking stunning waterways and parkland. Every year the Gallery hosts around twenty exhibitions of local, national and international significance, in addition to ongoing and evolving displays of the permanent collection. In early 2022, the council’s marketing team contacted Vision One to design and deliver a Lumo Play Motion Software interactive floor projection system.
The Lumo Play system included an Ultralift Australia designed and developed right-angled Ceiling Mount to suit both the Epson EB-L520U 5,200 ANSI Lumens Laser Projector and the Orbbec Astra 3D Camera. The Orbbec Astra was strategically positioned above the projector in order to adequately capture the projection region. The Astra Series 3D Camera provides computer vision that enables dozens of functions such as face recognition, gesture recognition, human body tracking, three-dimensional measurement, environment perception, and three-dimensional map reconstruction.
23x games were selected from the Lumo Play marketplace (including soccer, dancing, hungry hippos, alien invaders and more). The software was powered by an Asus 24″ PC with touch screen monitor. The video and USB signal is streamed via the use of a Clean Digital HDMI/USB transmitter and receiver kit.
Game content is programmed to transition every ten minutes, providing children with a constantly-changing playlist of games to interact with.