ILLUMINART is an interactive and immersive, innovative device, imagined and designed by Art dans la Cité, to broadcast in the patient’s room, but also waiting, care, relaxation spaces, artworks or visual and sound contents, chosen by the patient. Depending on their mood, they can project content, contemplate, transform, or immerse themselves in it.
ILLUMINART is a small nomadic box, connected directly, wirelessly, to a tablet and offers a wide choice of content with which to interact. Easy to install and move, it is the ideal companion for the patient in the hospital. It has a significant impact on the environment, acting notoriously on perception and overall well-being. Images, light, colors, sounds, transform the universe and the atmosphere of the room. ILLUMINART offers new sensory experiences. The use of this innovative device with its various contents is dedicated to patients, their family, as well as healthcare teams. ILLUMINART has already been installed in support care services, in oncology, psychiatry, palliative care, dialysis, surgery, pediatrics care services, etc. We have been testing in real conditions the benefits of immersive and virtual distraction of ILLUMINART on the management of pain and anxiety. This study allowed us to demonstrate its role in the quality of care and beyond, its notorious impact with parents and caregivers. Reproducible and long-lasting, the case and its contents are specially adapted for the hospital.
The creations are transformed according to a scenario imagined by the artist or the engineer, an intimacy is created with the spectator, inducing a dialogue, arousing a new behavior. Associated with interactivity, the experience becomes immersive and multi-sensory. Several interactive contents have already been integrated: “Geometric composition, Generative flower and Workshop” by Santiago Torres, “Musical planetarium” by Adrien Garcia, both visual and sound, “Virtual aquarium” Animated film by Louise Mercadier, ” Walk in the seabed »3D application by Louise Mercadier and Antoine Delmoure
Other applications are being created and will soon integrate ILLUMINART: Multi-sensory ballads that will combine images, light, music, sounds and scent, and, an application that will allow an interactive walk in the museum to discover artworks in large scale specifically intended for hospital patients.