Sustainable staging concept
Design concept, event architecture
From virtuality to reality
Swiss Digital Day has established itself as Switzerland's most important political and economic exchange platform. At Zurich Central Station and 13 other locations, Swiss brands show their digital innovations and renowned personalities discuss the digital future.
The Digital Day 2019 convinces with a newly developed, sustainable staging concept. In order to convey vividly the complexity and dimensions of the planned construction in the Wannerhalle in Zurich's main railway station Aroma opted for VR.
Moreno Suter, Architect and Designer at Aroma: "We deal with a large volume of central design elements and it is difficult to convey floor plans, views and perspectives to more than 90 partners. That's why we opted for a 3D design in the design process, allowing our partners to move virtually 360° in a realistic space."
Alexander Naumer, Project Manager, adds: "The scenes were built stereoscopically, creating an optimal and real depth experience. This helped all partners and planners involved to make the project a success efficiently and precisely".