The graphic directive was: rainbow!
Our challenge was to propose a number of conventional, austere documents (classic PowerPoint documents with a lot of text) in a more fancy way.
The touch screen located in the main room of the convention, which was accessible to visitors, presented about twenty documents around an animated carousel.
The typographical animation required the programming of a (simplified) HTML interpreter ( similar to those behind your favorite internet browser ). It allowed to access each letter individually in order to animate them thanks to particle systems.
Driven by laws of physics, the letters mimics three fancy effects: vacuum, burst and liquid.
Another carousel animation, located on the main stage, was video-projected onto a giant screen and piloted by hand by the successive speakers. It was designed to present mainly images and videos in HD.
Lastly, a series of touch screens placed at the entrance of the convention, presented different interactive animations, mainly for decorative purpose.
Production: Mobidium (Paris)