Titus Leber


An interactive CD-ROM/DVD Triptychon about the Life and Teaching of Lord Buddha

The Temple of the Emerald Buddha at the heart of the Royal Palace in Bangkok is the holiest Temple of Thailand and constitutes the Far-Eastern equivalent of the Sixtine Chapel in Rome. Erected in 1782 AD the never before photographed murals of this shrine, covering a surface of some 1800m2, depict the life of Gotama Buddha. Interactively correlated to the life itinerary and the holy sites of Buddhism in India and Nepal this monumental interactive production provides an in depth introduction into the life and teaching of Gautama Buddha.

Wat Phra Kaeow

The Temple of the Emerald Buddha in the Grand Palace in Bangkok. South-Wall and North-Wall. (The tiny figure of a monk on the left side shows the approximate dimensions of the murals)

Each segment of the program provides an in-depth insight into the biography of the historic Buddha and the spiritual evolution he underwent in order to attain supreme Enlightenment.

Commissioned by the Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage of H.M the King of Thailand at the occasion of the 100th birthday of Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother of his Majesty the King of Thailand.

Mara's Attack