The audiovisual and lighting concepts include: A succession of 82'' synchronized screens. 4 multimedia game stations with different types
of movement and weight sensors. 2 video projections of large dimensions are reflected into sharp faceted partition walls. They are covered with mirrors and explode moving images in multiple effects and directions for a celebration of extreme sports. Museographic lighting projectors on tracks. Mini projectors implemented in the showcases. Synchronization of the dynamic and RGBW lightings with video projections. A general showcontroller
The museum is located under the stands of the city's new stadium, which hosts OGC Nice matches throughout the year.
More than 50 years after its creation, the only national museum dedicated to sports in France finally has a setting worthy of its immense collections. Labelled "Musée de France", it houses one of the most important sports collections in the world: more than 45,000 objects and 400,000 documents (equipment, clothing, accessories, trophies, mascots, posters, paintings, films, photos, archives...) tell the story of 500 years of sports history. A partial overhaul of its spaces has been awarded to the design and build consortium headed by Explosition