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THERMOS HEAT GARDEN

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  • THERMOS

YEAR

6 Jun 2016

SHOW MOVIE

aircord joined an event "THERMOS HEAT GARDEN" at Roppongi Hills for the production, direction, and system development of the 4D experience, including lighting, sound, and video direction.
We were also responsible for the production and development of the special website and the planning, design, system development of "THERMO DEVICE".

Our Credit

  • Producer / Director: Toshiyuki Hashimoto (aircord)
  • Technical Director / GUI Designer (THERMO DEVICE): Seiya Nakano (aircord)
  • System Developer: Hisaki Ito (aircord)
  • Project Manager / Technical Support: Miki Nomura (aircord)
  • Lighting Director: Ryosuke Kokubo (aircord)
  • Hardware Developer (THERMO DEVICE): Osamu Iwasaki (aircord)
  • Software Developer(THERMO DEVICE): Koki Ibukuro
  • 3DCG Designer(Volcano, Geyser): Hidenori Noda
  • 3DCG Designer(Desert): Yasuhiro Kobari(Triple Additional)
  • Sound Designer: Yui Onodera
  • Lighting: KUROSAWA FILM STUDIO
  • Art Director (Website): Yu-ki Sakurai (METAMOS)

DETAILS

「THERMOS HEAT GARDEN」is an event that was held in a garden space in Roppongi Hills O-Yane Plaza, featuring a 4D attraction experience representing hot environments around the world and cool drinks enjoyed in thermos tumblers. A total of 1,622 people attended the event, with queues of people lined up waiting for the experience that seemed to go on forever.

4D EXPERIENCE

A stage was set up using 2.5mm pixel pitch LED display that ran seamlessly from a height of 5 meters down to the floor.
The display coordinated video with special effects generating sound, light, and hot air to create the experience of volcanoes, geysers, and environments with hot tropical storms that felt like being right there. aircord was responsible for the production, direction, and system development of the 4D experience, including lighting, sound, and video direction.

THERMO DEVIDE

The company designed a device to conduct comparative experiments on the cold temperature retention of Thermos vacuum insulated tumblers and looked after its production, and design and system development. Tumblers and glasses were placed inside a compartment with a constant temperature of 35℃. Changes in temperature were compared using a UV thermal camera and a thermometer device, and these figures were visualized. Changes in temperature and time were also converted into sound, and the temperature of various participants was captured on thermal camera and measured in real-time.

「THERMOS HEAT GARDEN」special website

While trying to keep things simple, I have aimed to express motion using [[[WebGL]]]. I was involved with the production and development at aircord.

http://www.thermos.jp/heatgarden/

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