MIRRORED

AN INTERACTIVE LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE PERU NATIONAL STADIUM ESTABLISHED A VISUAL CONNECTION BETWEEN FANS, THEIR PASSION & THE GAME.

LIMA, PERU – 2011

Working as part of an international design and delivery team including CAM and Arquiled in Peru, e:cue in Germany, and Traxon in Hong Kong, Cinimod Studio created a cutting-edge mood analysis system to control the stadium façade lighting.

Implementing a combination of innovative technologies and lighting layouts, the façade of the stadium was infused with a mixture of lights that allow the exterior to act as a “mirror” which depicts the crowd’s collective mood. 

A network of customised sound level metres were deployed along the roofline of the stadium to create a dynamic map of the crowd’s noise levels. 

Cinimiod specifically developed software for the project which processed the sound level data in real-time, and performed a series of comparative mathematical calculations and analyses through self-calibrating algorithms. The output from the software is a “mood state” that summarises the collective mood of the crowd.

PERU NATIONAL STADIUM

CLIENT

Peru National Stadium​

CONCEPT

Claudia Paz, CAM

INTERACTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM

Cinimod Studio

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

David Castaeda, Traxon

CLIENT

Peru National Stadium​

CONCEPT

Claudia Paz, CAM

INTERACTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM

Cinimod Studio

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

David Castaeda, Traxon