A sphere divided into eight floors constitutes the National Pavilion of Kazakhstan at the Astana Expo 2017. Its interior houses one of the most impressive immersive audiovisuals of the moment, thanks to a large-format videomapping that extends over an organic structure of more than 1,110 m2.
Throughout 8 minutes, the real 6K and 3D image come together to tell us the founding myth of the Asian country, the Bayterek, while showing us the richness of a country with a vast and complex natural environment, where temperatures reach 40 degrees below zero. Thus, the sublimation of the seasons is projected almost from the ground, to the other end of the room, through a curved tunnel structure.
In short, extreme technology that makes the most of the images obtained while shooting under extreme weather conditions.