Phantasialand is one of the largest theme parks in Germany and is well known for presenting a new great attraction every year. The crazy „Hotel Tartüff“ is now setting new standards in the field of „Fun House“. Each room of the hotel is loony and twisted: sofas are hanging from the ceiling, beds are attached to the walls and in each corner visitors can discover even more curiosities. At the „Hotel Tartüff“ the laws of gravity are turned upside down.
To underline this unforgettable journey through the loony hotel, ›vertigo systems‹ created huge interactive paintings on walls and ceilings that respond to the movements of the visitors. One of the paintings shows an interactive family portrait: as soon as the visitors step on the portrait, the individual family members start complaining in their own ways. In the salon, the world has been turned upside down completely, so that the ceiling fresco can be walked over by foot. Through interaction visitors frighten and chase away small angels in the ceiling's painting. ›vertigo systems‹ developed the visual arts for the impressing interactive paintings together with the media designer Maika Paetzold and children's book illustrator Barbara Steinitz. The interactive installations for Phantasialand do not only surprise: the visit at the „Hotel Tartüff“ turns into an unforgettable experience.