We made 3D films and several interactive attractions based on four theatrical eras for the Szindbád Színháztörténeti Rendezvénytér during our project, which was won within the framework of public procurement.
The repository of our projects has expanded with another cultural development: in 2021, on behalf of the Municipality of Nyíregyháza, we carried out complex development and film production for the local theater history museum. The exhibition is based on four theatrical eras, so we created interactive games in conjunction with ancient, baroque, renaissance and postmodern styles.
The development took place in close cooperation with our film studio as the design of the attractions is built on each other. You enter the interactive experience space after the 3D film made by ZengoFilm, so by this time you already have all the information about the four theatrical eras.
In the dressing mirror, you can choose from the traditional costumes of the eras and try on what we like virtually . The outfit can also be captured in the greenbox photo space and forwarded to an email address you provide. Those who come as a team or family can use the attraction together, and they can even set a different view for the group image for each era with the help of the background selection function.
Once you get to know the contemporary costumes, you drop into a renaissance theater. Standing on stage, a karaoke-like VR experience awaits you, where you have to present a detail of an iconic Shakespeare monologue to a virtual audience. The audience gives real-time feedback on your acting skills and either flowers or tomatoes await at the end of the performance.
Furthermore, we have put together an audioguide system that navigate visitors through the theater history center. You can request a separate headset and player on site for informative audio materials, but the full guide can be accessed through the website and listened to via your own smartphone. The audioguide is available in five languages: Hungarian, English, German, Ukrainian and Romanian.