Pavillion of the Republic of Kazakhstan at the World's Fair EXPO 2010
The pavilion of Kazakhstan at the World's Fair EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, China, was one of the most technologically advanced. It was designed with the goal to create a vivid and innovative solution, reflecting the importance of traditions and culture for the people of Kazakhstan, while also highlighting the modern technological advancement of the country. To a large extent, this goal was achieved by using audiovisual compositions designed and installed by Polymedia. Under the management of Polymedia, multinational teams from Poland, China, Kazakhstan and Canada successfully finished the project on a strict timeline.
The pavilion of Kazakhstan was divided into several zones. The entrance zone — the so-called territory of cognition — is where the visitors explored the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana. To enter the pavilion, one had to walk over a stone bridge stretching across a "river" – an intricate projection imitating water flow.
After crossing the bridge, visitors walked into the zone of interactive games. Plasma displays mounted along the walls of the hall featured interactive sensors and offered extensive information about the culture of Kazakhstan.