Housed at the Polish Grand Theatre and National Opera in Warsaw, the OperaLab Exhibition by Bridge presented designs in an unconventional method using augmented reality.
Visitors to the Redutowe Rooms were perhaps struck by the lack of models and boards as they attended this exhibition. The all-white space was filled with empty plinth. Graphic patterns on each one became a part of the three-dimensional models revealed through tablets as participants hovered them over the empty space.
Graphics shown through the tablet interface brought each design to life with the animate quality of augmented reality. It is perhaps most striking to see an interactive facet of exhibition presented in such a cutting-edge manner. OperaLab Exhibition by Bridge heralds a new era of presenting graphic pieces, and it perhaps a bridge to harmonizing tactile and three-dimensional digital gallery space.