Costa Rica set our decarbonization goals for 2021 and the country had a great opportunity to show and tell their process to the rest of the world during PreCOP25 conference, held in San José.
We designed an experience to create awareness of the effects of climate change that the planet is suffering. We created a digital simulation of how the country could look like in a few years, opening a portal for the participants to “travel” around the country in the future.
One of the best ways to enjoy a digital experience is in a multi sensory way, where image and audio are in sync in a walkable environment that transports a participant to impossible worlds.
During PreCOP25, the Climate Change Global Conference held in Costa Rica, we developed an experience that could let participants visualize the possible effects of climate change in our country. We created a multi screen installation where people walked in for a 180 degree immersion. We aimed to simulate a virtual environment to experience the near future at different scenarios in our country such as Puntarenas, Santa Rosa en Guanacaste, among others.
We directed and supervised the audiovisual production of the contentes onscreen, developed by graduating students at Centro de Tecnologia y Artes Visuales from Parque La Libertad. A study from PNUD at ONU gave us the tools to understand the possible futures of our natural scenery at coasts, volcanoes and forests, places that could more aggressively suffer the consequences of climate change.
Montaje PreCop25 en Costa Rica para el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo y LaTres
Proyecto realizado en colaboración con los estudiantes de trabajo de graduación en Producción Audiovisual del Parque La Libertad
Client: Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo y LaTres
Date: October 8, 2019