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On the occasion of the 750th anniversary of the city of Kitzbühel, we had the opportunity to create an immersive audiovisual mapping show, which was projected in 9 minutes, the "Zeitsprung" (time leap) in the city's history on the granary - the most central building in the city - for a week.


In times of the global pandemic, the title "Zeitsprung" could not be chosen more appropriately, as lockdowns caused a postponement of the performance to lead to several time leaps in the planning and implementation chain.


In this case, "Zeitsprung" (time leap) did not only mean to implement a visual journey through time, but also to remain on call in order to be able to make any changes. As a result, the project became a long-running hit, so to speak, because the virus was not as easy to tame as originally thought, which meant that the performance had been postponed from the beginning of January to the beginning of February, to the beginning of March until the actual premiere on March 18, 2021.


The integration of the interactive was implemented through a face tracking combined with the narrator's voice by Hakon Hirzenberger and the integration of the Kitzbühel community was done through real audio recordings of local school children and of course also of well-known buildings and the highlights of 750 years of city history. Sarah Scherer worked on the textual elaboration for us in order to bring the city's history to the point in 9 minutes of showtime.


Mathias Jakisic skilfully arranged the setting with voices in combination with driving sounds and special audio effects and took care of the corresponding audio-visual adaptation during the implementation of the final show.


Leap in time - 750 years of Kitzbühel - audiovisual mapping show

Concept, Production - Modulux

Production Team - Johannes Menneweger, Chris Noelle 

Project Management - Bernd Breitfellner - Kitz TV

Projection Tech - Horst Söllner - Framedrop Media

Sound - Matthias Jakisic

Storytelling - Sarah Scherer

Speaker - Hakon Hirzenberger

Client: City of Kitzbuehel




We worked on this project for around 4 months, producing 355,16 GB of content, playtime 2:26h, 7.5h audio material - and all for a 9-minute show.

Several sequences have been taken out, changed and replaced in the pre-production, the behind-the-scene gallery gives a little insight into the hidden treasures of our harddrives.

Often it´s only in the sum of all content that delivers the red line, which we worked out over weeks of experimentation and fine-tuning on the storyboard through the final editing in the post.

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