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Ù-SuLé. Casa cósmica talamanqueña

País: Costa Rica

Categoría: Diseños integrales/transversales

Autor/es: Los pueblos indígenas de Costa Rica. Diana Zuleta, Juan González, Jose Chavarría, Rosa Alvarado, Jeancarlo Valverde, Esteban Miranda, Jorge Zuleta, Carlos Aguilar, Daniel Alarcón, Priscilla Molina, Sofía Quirós, Andrés Salas

Estudio: Pulse

Web del estudio: https://www.somospulse.com

Cliente: Museos del Banco Central de Costa Rica – Museo del Oro Precolombino

Video: https://vimeo.com/pulsecr/mopes

Material adicional: Ver documento PDF

Descripción del proyecto:

Instalación inspirada en la cosmogonía de la creación del Universo, Ù-SuLé, concebida como un doble cono dividido en 9 niveles (estratos), según la comunidad indígena BriBri. La forma cilíndrica del espacio representa un nivel del Universo. En dicho espacio se proyectan ilustraciones originales animadas, sonido y narraciones en un ambiente inmersivo. Los visitantes navegan la experiencia desde un control central inspirado en la base que sostiene al Universo. La ingeniería y diseño aplicados permiten una conexión en tiempo real entre el objeto y el sistema audiovisual. El movimiento vertical del control permite trasladarse entre estratos. El resultado es una instalación donde los visitantes pueden construir su propio viaje a través del universo Bribri.

Perfil del estudio:

Laboratorio de innovación y estudio de diseño. Usa la tecnología desde su mirada interdisciplinar única para comunicar formas nuevas y emocionantes, creando experiencias que combinan sensores, vídeo, audio, iluminación, arquitectura e interacción en exhibiciones, espacios de marca, escenarios, objetos y servicios. Transforman espacios cotidianos generando participación y asombro. Crean interfaces que involucren a los sentidos y mezclen realidades. Creen en el diseño al servicio de la interacción y de las personas, para generar espacios, entender la cultura y solucionar problemas.

Project title: Ù-SuLé – Talamanqueña Cosmic House

Project details:

Permanent installation inspired in the cosmogony of the creation of the Universe, Ù-SuLé, according to the BriBri originary tribe. This Universe is conceived as a double cone divided in nine levels or “estratos”.
The cylindric shaped space represents one of these levels. Here, original animated illustrations, audio and narrations are presented to visitors in an inmersive environment.
They navigate the story by manipulating a central pole, inspired by the base pole that holds the Universe together. The engineering and design applied allow the connection between the object and the audiovisual system in real time. The vertical movement in the pole brings visitors to the different levels of the Bri Bri Universe.
It is an installation in which anyone can build their own journey through Ù-SuLé

Studio Profile:

We are Pulse, innovation lab and design studio using tech to communicate, creating products, spaces and multi sensory experiences.
We use technology in clever ways from a unique interdisciplinary view to communicate in new and exciting forms, creating multi sensory experiences that combine sensors, video, audio, light, architecture and interaction into exhibitions, brand spaces, stages, objects and services.
We transform everyday spaces, allowing participation, surprise and wonder. We believe that technology can bring us present. In creating interfaces that involve our senses and mix realities. We believe in using design in service of interaction and humans to create our spaces, understand our own culture and solve wicked problems.

Detalhes do Projeto:

Perfil de estúdio:

We are Pulse, innovation lab and design studio using tech to communicate, creating products, spaces and multi sensory experiences.
We use technology in clever ways from a unique interdisciplinary view to communicate in new and exciting ways, creating multi sensory experiences that combine sensors, video, audio, light, architecture and interaction into exhibitions, brand spaces, stages, objects and even services.
We transform everyday spaces, allowing participation, surprise and wonder. We believe that technology can bring us present. In creating interfaces that involve our senses and mix realities. We believe in using design in service of interaction and humans to create our spaces, understand our own culture and solve wicked problems.