The interactive multimedia systems have been designed to enable visitors to study the contents of different rooms in depth, thus allowing them to choose how and when to read them. This permits the connection between music, objects and information.
The proximity sensor system (ultra-red or ultrasound) activates not only screens but scenarios. Timed systems of light, audio and video are revealed to visitors thereby opening the view of an original score, a Chopin’s piano along with dynamic projections or interactive maps.
The use of RFID technology allows customization of audio-visual content which are set on four levels: basic, advanced, for children and for the visually impaired. Each level is presented in eight languages.
An omnipresent ‘soundscape’ which is based on its own scenario is present.