Casa Batlló presents the first ’10D Experience’ worldwide
The new ’10D Experience’ of Casa Batlló presents the most fascinating immersive experience ever imagined. Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality or Machine Learning are some of the features of this creative cultural proposal. Impossible volumetric projections, binaural sound, motion sensors, immersive spaces, unique in the world, and delicate proposals that appeal to senses such as taste and smell, offering the visitor sensations never experienced before.
’10D Experience’ offers new 2,000 sqm of Casa Batlló never seen before and presents a long list of new features:
1. Two new immersive spaces: Gaudí Dôme, with a dome of more than a thousand screens, 21 audio channels and a mapping which show the origin of the inspiration of the genius; and Gaudí Cube, the first six-sided LED cube in the world, which presents the work of the digital artist Refik Anadol.
2. A new script available in 15 languages and the soundtrack also created exclusively for Casa Batlló by the composer Dani Howard and recorded at Teldex Studios in Berlin.
3. The new Casa Batlló-inspired headphones have been designed to empower the visitor and make the contents adapt to the rhythm of their visit, offering a personalized and unrepeatable experience.
4. Magical frames on the walls, static in appearance, come to life as visitors approach. Micro motion sensors hidden in the profile of the pictures activate the cinematographic productions that recreate the past of the family and the history of the House.
5. Ecological and invisible technologies give life to different ephemeral installations that the visitor will discover in Casa Batlló. In them some myths and legends are recreated, as well as memories and anecdotes of the House.
6. Different architectural interventions stand out which have been a challenge to preserve the safety of the building and its visitors, such as the new vertical communication nucleus designed by the renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and illuminated by Mario Nanni, who have made this intervention an artwork. Also, noteworthy is a floating staircase of 13 tons of polished marble suspended in the air thanks to the development designed by the English studio ‘Ancient & Modern Chesneys Architectural‘.