WOW!!! I misread the title – I thought it said “lighting disaster” and as I watched and became incredibly impressed, a feeling of woe overcame me. I was thinking that something terrible was going to happen to the projection system, maybe it would get bumped out of alignment with the building or something like that. I was so impressed by what I was seeing I was getting more and more upset about the impending disaster. When I reached the end of the show and nothing bad happened, I was taken aback but full of happiness. Then I reread the title. Thanks for the emotional ride this morning Admin!
This person was a genius! 3-D parts of buildings popping out, silouettes walking across the front, dolphins swimming-never thought that possible.
Just – WOW!
Here’s my favorite example of light mapping: The prague astronomical clock’s 600th anniversery
Thank you!!! That was incredible. Definitely made my day. This goes in my top 3 “Feel Good Fridays”!!
Wow! The word “amazing” should be reserved for spectacles like this one! Thanks so much for posting!
Just want to say two things:
1) the jet plane coming out was epically cool
2) would the artist design Christmas displays for American fans? (cause I want one)
WOW. I can’t get my brain to say anything else, just WOW!
Whoa! Beautiful effects. I was trying to figure out if it was all light-projection or if some lighting was attached to the building itself.
Unbelievable. The fact that that was all projection… I’ve never seen anything like that before.
Impressive! The designer should cooperate more with artists or directors to give it a message/narrative/a red thread and not stop at it being a technical showoff. Then it could truly be amazing and memorable.
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