“The Mysterious Village” immersive digital exhibition consists of six themed zones fully illuminated by 17 Christie D20WU-HS laser projectors.

Christie laser projectors have vividly brought to life various deities from ancient Korean folktales at an ongoing exhibition taking place at the National Folk Museum of Korea, which highlights the daily life and culture of Korean people over the ages.

Titled “The Mysterious Village”, this immersive digital exhibition consists of six fascinating themed zones that are each dedicated to a specific deity that has lived among people from past till present. Cutting-edge technology such as projection mapping and augmented reality (AR) have been utilized for various displays to invoke a greater sense of realism and immerse visitors in the mythical world. The exhibition runs until October 11.

Renowned media production firm Design Silverfish was responsible for the content and projection design, as well as the installation of 17 Christie D20WU-HS 1DLP laser projectors across all exhibition zones. Known for its masterful space direction and media content production, Design Silverfish had previously mesmerized guests with enchanting visuals at the Delight Seoul, Curious 12 Tales and Delight Seongnam multimedia exhibitions – also executed with Christie laser projection.

Gyeongtae Hong, CEO, Design Silverfish, said, “This exhibition has been meticulously planned with the active participation of our UK branch as a new immersive and realistic content production that goes beyond conventional methods of expression used by existing national museums. In particular, the direction was conceived through data collection on various European exhibitions by our London-based designer Younsook Im.”

“In order for these unique contents to be realistically displayed on multiple surfaces, we require a high-performance projection system that can deliver excellent colour and contrast and yet provide us with the installation flexibility to set up multi-projector arrays quickly and reliably. The Christie D20WU-HS, with its high lumen output, enhanced colour accuracy, compact footprint and omnidirectional capabilities, easily emerged as our top choice,” Hong added.

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Paul Lee, sales manager for Korea, Enterprise, Christie, commented, “‘The Mysterious Village’ immersive digital exhibition has brilliantly combined state-of-the-art projection and AR technology with a passion for the retelling of classic Korean folktales. Design Silverfish has once again demonstrated its expertise in the creation and execution of innovative and stunning visual contents that are flawlessly displayed using our D20WU-HS laser projectors to provide visitors with an extraordinary museum experience.”