The Berek Visitor Center presents the characteristics and special features of the Nagyberek region, which also bears its name. We have developed 5 attractions, each element of which supports cognition and the playful transfer of information. Kiosk-based browser games are a fun pastime for young and old alike, as "What Animal Would You Be?" quiz to a T-shirt designer, there are many entertainment options to choose from. In addition to the projected environment in the visitor mobile application, the insignia of the given animals and plants can be collected in a playful, augmented reality way, and it also provides information about permanent and temporary exhibitions. For all this, we have created a comprehensive admin interface where information about all games and applications can be edited and added with new units.
One of the most spectacular attractions is the interactive game in the permanent exhibition. Our goal was to achieve a complex AR experience, so that the application can be used to recognize animals that are periodically projected onto a projected background. This was the biggest teamwork of the development, as our film team filmed for a long time in the Berek countryside to create the visual basis for our developers. The end result was an experience space projected onto 6 surfaces, on which control software displays the animals drawn by our graphic designers. Creating this highly configurable control software was a challenge. It was important that everything be interchangeable and variable so that the software could adapt to - for example - seasonal changes. We also had to provide offline operation, thus the system is constantly saving the last configuration file.
In addition to the AR, we also represented the VR line, as a VR experience application was created for the Visitor Center: through this, viewers can view the Berek landscape from the perspective of 10 different animals. In addition, our film studio supported the visitor experience with 2 films, where the interested ones can find out about the preservation of Buzsák's traditions and natural treasures and wildlife.