How can technology enable you to create an immersive museum experience?

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Join this webinar and discover in sneak preview the journey of Bassins de Lumières!

In an attempt to stay relevant and compete with the modern media, museums are reshaping their approach and creating new experience-driven exhibitions that appeal to the demanding audiences of today and tomorrow. Join this exclusive 45 min webinar and learn how technology enabled Culturespaces - France’s leading private operator in the management and promotion of monuments, museums, and art centres - to create their mindblowing exhibition Bassins de Lumières.

What will you learn?

In April, the largest digital art centre in the world, Bassins de Lumières, will open its doors in a former submarine base in Bordeaux France. In this exclusive webinar, you will discover their vision on digital art and immersive exhibitions, what their needs were and how they partnered up with Barco and Modulo PI to enable bright outcomes for young and old. We hope to inspire you to also futureproof your visitor attractions!

  • Trends in museums
  • Culturespaces as innovator of immersive digital storytelling
  • Technology as enabler to create stunning visitor experiences
  • In practice: Discover in sneak preview the fascinating immersive journey of Bassins de Lumières

3 Speakers

Augustin de Cointet de Fillain

After a career as an officer in the French Foreign Legion, Augustin de Cointet, joined Culturespaces in 2013 to manage an early new site in les Baux de Provence: les Carrières de Lumières. He developed an experience dedicated to public immersion into a huge indoor video projection exhibition.
Since 2018, he manages Culturespaces Digital, a subsidiary in charge of technical design of Culturespaces’ numeric art centers (such as Atelier de Lumières in Paris) and responsible for content providing (digital exhibition realization and production). He is also at the head of Bassins de Lumières, Culturespaces’ new digital art center in Bordeaux.

Yannick Kohn

Yannick Kohn, Founder and CEO of Modulo Pi
Established in 2010, Modulo Pi designs real-time fully integrated media server solutions. The company’s vision relies on its founder’s extensive experience in the field: after working on the very first media server +15 years ago, he founded Modulo Pi and committed to provide powerful and versatile systems built to meet the needs of any type of project, no matter the size or technical requirements.

Leander Werbrouck

Leander Werbrouck (Segment Manager ProAv/Events at Barco) has worked in the events, out-of-home advertising, digital signage and manufacturing industries, making him a tech-savvy entrepreneur with product management and strategic marketing experience. His Master degree in Engineering is complemented by studies in project management and business administration. 
Early 2018, Leander joined Barco’s Entertainment market team, taking the lead on the professional AV segments with a clear mission to enable venue owners and industry partners to easily operate and more efficiently create stunning immersive experiences and visitor attractions. Building great experiences is about what technology can enable and how it creates impact for your customer!

Picture: ©Culturespaces/Nuit de Chine