GAZİANTEP ZEUGMA MUSEUM
Renowned as the world’s largest mosaic museum, an interactive mosaic pool projection with the dimensions of 6x4 meters has been set up in the Gaziantep Zeugma Museum. Tübitak supported Etkivizyon system has been used for the application that is used in the museum.
5 mosaics have been represented with a minute long themes with simultaneous 3D interaction. Superior to alike systems, fish with artificial intelligence which show schooling behaviour such as fleeing when visitors come close, then searching for food, changing their forms in unison with hydrodynamic changes have been added to most themes.
In a similar way, floating leaves move to show the mosaics hidden underneath as the visitors walk towards them to appeal to the visitors’ sense of wonder. The surface of the water is also embellished with light effects to create a realistic water effect with diffraction and caustics.
DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF MOSAIC POOLS OF THE ANCIENT ROMANS.