Check out one of the biggest 3D Video-mapping projects in the world! #ArtTuesday
Awesome and beautiful! This would have been so cool to see live. Via Pawel Piotr Przybyl on Vimeo.
Saturday, 20th of September, at the Palace of Parliament take place, starting with 23:00, “iMapp Bucharest 555”, a video-mapping multimedia show, unique in Europe, in which 5 shows of 5 minutes and 55 seconds will be projected on the façade of the “People’s House” (the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon). Artists teams from France, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Romania will participate at “iMapp Bucharest 555”.
The project is organized by the Bucharest General Municipality, through creart and emphasizes a complex 3D image, that brings to life through forms and colours the surface of the building, using each architectonic element in order to personalize and reinvent the huge area of the construction, approximately 20 000 square meters. Thus, the shape of the building becomes the star of a dynamic show of sound, colour and light.
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