“Three-body Immersive Exhibition” at Smart China Expo
Visitors at the “Three-body Immersive Exhibition” at Lijia Intelligent Park on September 15 (Photographed by Long Fan/Vision Chongqing)
A visitor experiencing display platform at Lijia Intelligent Park on September 15 (Photographed by Long Fan/Vision Chongqing)
A robot dancing at Lijia Intelligent Park on September 15 (Photographed by Long Fan/Vision Chongqing)
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- “Three-body Immersive Exhibition” officially appeared at the beginning of 2020 Online Smart China Expo on the morning of September 15.
The Exhibition is located in E3 Pavilion of Lijia Intelligent Park Phase II, close to the conference center of the Current Smart China Expo, and it is one of the experience projects of the Current Smart China Expo. The 2,000-square-meter pavilion, designed in an immersive way, creates a dazzling interior that you may feel like you’re in The Three-Body Problem which is a famous science fiction work.
The layout of the pavilion is based on The Three-Body Problem, including the "famous sentences", scenes and characters. The overall design shows a technology sense which is eye-catching. For example, there is a “ship” in the pavilion, and the ship is wrapped by several horizontal infrared rays. At first glance, the ship appears to be cut in infrared, which exactly restores a classic plot of The Three-Body Problem.
The pavilion also uses intelligent technologies such as VR, holographic projection and multimedia interaction, which can be experienced interactively almost every few steps. At the entrance, a water curtain programmed by a computer is used to form a leaping text when it falls. “Text Dance” and “Book Looks for People” are two experience projects. Through multimedia interactive technology, as long as you stands in a fixed position, the outline of your body will be reflected on the screen in the form of text, and the text in the "book" will also automatically fall down to your feet. In the "Three-body World" area, a whole-ground holographic projection scene is surrounded by all sides, making people feel as if they were in the scene. In "Red Bank Base" area, with the help of VR telescope, people can see a panoramic view of the virtual base...
“People who have read The Three-Body Problem will feel very familiar with the things here, so as to recall the plots and scenes in the novel. While people who haven't seen it can also have an interactive experience here and feel the charm of technology,” said the relevant worker.
Previously, the Exhibition was held in Shanghai and received a warm response. This is the “first show” of the Exhibition in southwest China. After the end of this Expo, the Exhibition will be officially open to the public, and citizens need to buy tickets to enter. (Translated by Liu Hongyan, Fathom Language Limited)