Narrative Interface RIOLAB
WALL OF CHILE
narrative interface© RIOLAB has developed a model called narrative-interface that in each element of this model not only it’s contains a specific feature, but the user interacts with a variety of stimuli arising out of their cultural or business environment, which combined with a “surprising” behavior contributes to a unique and unrepeatable experience.
WALL OF CHILE “The MURO invites users to explore Chile from what we call affective access- 36 hosts; Chileans women and men registered (HD / GPS) from all over the country on the graphical interface of a map of Chile- until the deployment of productive issues, history, tourism and anthropology. A large and diverse record of files and themes articulated by a narrative developed by RIOLAB on the concept of a Media Center. ”
Francisco Arévalo, Author.
RIOLAB is an interface. RIOLAB is a bridge between communication needs and solutions that come from technology. An interface that seeks to create recognizable and memorable experiences for the user. RIOLAB has developed a systematic and creative alliances with other companies, organizations and individuals. More than one strategy is a way of doing, to seek unconventional media relations and communications at different scales. A combination of tools and constructive efforts that allow twoway relationship. RIOLAB was born in Santiago of Chile in 2008.
MultiTouch Ltd manufactures table- and wall-sized multitouch displays. Multiple users can use displays simultaneously. While the number of touchscreen users is growing exponentially, MultiTouch Ltdâ€™s goal is to provide the most important solutions for large multitouch systems. MultiTouch Ltdâ€™s displays are used in more than 20 countries around the world. They are used in a range of markets such as retail business, advertising, exhibitions, museums, education and design. MultiTouch Ltd is privately held and located in Helsinki, Finland. The products are sold directly and through MultiTouch global partner network.
A powerful and modern technology allows to accommodate in the Muro this large database of images of Chile. More than six hours of video and thousands of photographs of historical archives, cultural, tourism, satellite images and universe, nature and architecture, characters and production activities, are deployed with a â€œdeep superficialityâ€? allowing the viewer to have a solid sensation of what is Chile. More than 400 authors and hundreds of institutions, public and private, have directly contributed to this work.
RIOLAB & MULTITOUCH OY Francisco Arévalo, author/director Alfredo Rates, Executive Producer Luis Cociña, Content Supervisor
Manuel Tello, Producer
Andrés Wood, Advisor
Francisco Arévalo, Programing Architecture
Rolando Opazo, Second Unit Director Alejandra García, Executive Production
Petri Martikainen, CEO Tommi Ilmonen, CTO Multitouch Esa Nuuros, Software Development Manager Qiu Li, Software Development
Javier Pradenas, Producer María Paz Zedán, Pre-production Rene Rojo, Director of Photography Carlos Johnson, Sound and Research
Carlos Angulo, Post production
Rolando Vásquez, Production Assistant
Juan José Concha, Video Post production and Panoramic shooting
Nicolás Aguayo, Production Assistant
Felipe Arévalo, Widgets and Panoramic shooting Valentina Guzmán, Didactics
Daniel Ruiz, Camera Assistant José Barraza, Norte Grande Research Gabriel Aguiló, San Pedro de Atacama Research
Esteban Murua, Archive Pre-production
Karin Vilches, Norte Chico Research
Viviana Erpel, Archive Production
Carlos Johnson, Zona Central Research
Julio Albarracin, Archive Production
Patricio Riquelme Luco, Sur (Temuco, Valdivia) Research
Aurora Radich, Archive and Production Coordinator
Renato Cardenas, Chiloé Research
Susan Vega, Production Assistant and Data base
Patricio Riquelme, Sur Austral (Punta Arenas, Torres del Paine) Research
María Jesús Del Pozo, Data Base Assistant María Fernanda Barja, Graphic Production Chunhua Xue, Chinese Translator Donald Mathews, English Translator Fresia Valdés, Administration Daniel Acevedo, Procedures.
MIRANDA & TOBAR Music and Sound Track