Two 4k Interactive touch tables, Radio-Frequency Identification triggering interactive activities, an eight by four-meter LED screen, timeline programming that synchronized 250 light bulbs to video;these were the combined audio-visual tools used to convey an amazing impression of MS and neurons at play on an exhibition stand at a leading European Multiple Sclerosis Congress.
Three-dimensional printed light bulbs and B-cell models were programmed, with receptors, to recognize content on the 4K multi-touch tables. This allowed delegates to move these models over the screen’s surface to trigger interactive events.
3D printed figures were also used to convey a patient journey. Using embedded RFID tags these figures, when placed on specified points, triggered scenes from a selection of video messages, played back on connected screens.