OSC Innovation – Eventi



Some of our case histories

"L'Avventura della Moneta"


Banca d’Italia – Eurosistema wants to communicate the complex world of money and finance in an accessible and engaging way to a wide and varied audience. The need to disseminate non-simple concepts in a comprehensible way, emphasizing the importance of economic events in the national context, requires an innovative and effective approach. The choice to create a technologically advanced exhibition, which anticipates the permanent museum exhibition, requires the involvement of a multidisciplinary and, at the same time, highly specialized team.


The immersive exhibition “L’Avventura della Moneta”, hosted at the Palazzo Esposizioni in Rome from October 31, 2023 to April 28, 2024, was created with the installation and set up of the technological installations by OSC Innovation, which managed the IT design and development of:

  • Interactive systems for visitors.
  • Installation and configuration of immersive projections.
  • Applications used by the staff in the room.
  • Technological systems for inclusivity through the use of wearables.

This ambitious project is a preview of the future Museo della Moneta (MUDEM) Banca d’Italia, which will open in 2025 at Villa Hüffer. Thanks to the advanced technological solutions proposed by OSC Innovation, the Exhibition offers an extraordinary journey of discovery of money, starting from Sumerian tablets and arriving at modern banknotes. The spectacular interactions between video and automation make the Exhibition an innovative tool for edutainment to facilitate a better understanding of finance and markets.


Saint Peter


The client was looking for a new language to tell the faithful the story of the Apostle Peter. The request was to merge art and technology to create a show capable of conveying the message of the Catholic tradition in a modern key.



We designed a projection mapping show to animate the over 5,000m2 of the facade of St. Peter’s Basilica, through video content that blended works of art, 3D animations and special effects in computer graphics. The technical configuration required the use of 20 Panasonic PT-RZ31K video projectors, positioned on four-story towers located in specific points along the colonnade of St. Peter’s Square. The hardware was controlled by a broadcast system consisting of 8 WATCHOUT servers with 8K output. The show was proposed every evening from 3 to 16 October 2022. The project had great media coverage, also at an international level, and the videos showing the projection reached millions of views.


Banca d'Italia

Big City Lights


During the pandemic, when the red zones in Rome were activated, ACEA shared with us the desire to create something capable of instilling hope in the population of Rome, using the walls of its headquarters in Piazzale Ostiense.



We have transformed one of the facades of the client’s office into a blank sheet of paper on which to tell a story of hope. We projected the content, created by our 3D artists, with a projection mapping technique, using the adjacent buildings as towers on which to install the projectors. Furthermore, we have given people the opportunity to interact with the content through a web app accessible from any device and browser. Users, after completing a mini-game, could decide which content to project in real time.





UNCHR, the international association for the protection of refugee rights, wanted to launch the new Routine is Fantastic campaign involving users with the use of new languages: viewers had to become the protagonists of the story.



We chose a building in the center of Rome, Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, on which to project video content capable of generating an optical illusion. In fact, spectators who strolled through the streets of the center suddenly saw the building collapse under the bombing, immersing themselves in the war scenarios that afflict the most unfortunate areas of the world.




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