INDE’S UNIQUE AUGMENTED REALITY SHOW LAUNCHES AT THE RENOVATED CAP 3000 SHOPPING CENTRE IN FRANCE
INDE brings a fascinating 3D experience to the new Cap3000 Shopping Centre in Saint-Laurent-du-Var, close to Nice, using Augmented Reality, a cutting-edge immersive technology. The large-screen AR system highlights an important milestone in the renovation of the mall, which has been popular with shoppers for nearly 50 years.
INDE’s award-winning BroadcastAR experience, launched at the beginning of November, runs on a special, 2.5 million pixel curved screen, measuring almost 100 m², installed in the central concourse. In the coming months, visitors of Cap3000 will be immersed in different 3D environments in which they get to interact with numerous photo-realistic 3D characters such as orcas, polar bears, dinosaurs, rhinos, elephants and more.
With great crowd engagement and social sharing support, BroadcastAR provides a next-generation edutainment platform and a unique media space capable of attracting, engaging and educating individuals and groups, through a mixture of the real world and digital content.
UK company INDE has created the most realistic 3D animals ever featured in AR experiences and given millions of museum, zoo, theme park and shopping mall visitors the unique opportunity to pet a leopard, meet a life-sized T-Rex and get splashed by orcas and dolphins, in hundreds of locations worldwide.
INDE currently operates offices in United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Budapest and Los Angeles.. Since 2011 the company has built award-winning AR systems worldwide for clients such as National Geographic, Smithsonian Enterprises, Beijing Aquarium, Universal Studios, BBC, 20th Century Fox and Coca-Cola.