Responsive Projection Mapping Heightens Luxury Dining Experience

The Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza is launching Sublimotion, an “avant-garde” restaurant concept that only seats 12 guests per night.

Sublimotion is an emotional ‘theatre of the senses’ and world’s most expensive restaurant – costing $2000 per person for an evening of gastronomy and technology.

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The twelve person dining experience comes from the mind of Michelin-starred chef Paco Roncero and will open at the Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza this May. While there is no information about the menu, in a preview video (see below), you see projection mapping transforming the dining space into an immersive wonderland.

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Behind the scenes, in a production room is an operator orchestrating the live event, like a wizard behind the curtains. They control the projection mapping, which is interactive and seems to respond to diners’ movements.

A spokesperson told The Daily Mail:

The dishes will cause a stir among the most neglected senses; from moments of humour, pleasure, fear, reflection and nostalgia, diners will be wandering through a world of sensations from the North Pole where they will enjoy a cold snack that they carve on their own iceberg or to the baroque Versailles where the elegance of a rose is sure to melt in their palate.

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza

[h/t] Daily Mail

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