Alterface

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Alterface Projects
SA
Industry Amusement park, Human-Computer Interface, Computer software
Founded 2001
Headquarters Wavre, Belgium
Key people
Benoit Cornet, CEO
Stéphane Battaille, COO
Products Salto
Interactive Dark Rides
Number of employees
25 (2013)
Website www.alterface-projects.com

Alterface Projects is a manufacturer of interactive and media-based attractions across the world. The company initially started as a spin-off project from the Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium, active in the field of creation of interactive systems.

The company is dedicated to the development of entertainment attractions and edutainment setups including interactivity between user and media or tangible content. Alterface Projects systems are installed into museums, science centers and more importantly amusement parks.

Alterface Projects is the owner and designer of the Salto software engine which uses multiple sensors and actuators, to enable the implementation of multiple systems, from large reactive screens to interactive theaters for groups, such as Desperados.

Notable attractions and projects[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Salto, the software title of Alterface Projects.
  • Desperados, the most famous interactive movie theater attraction from Alterface Projects.

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