The captivating footage above features Urbanscreen’s 3D projection on the outside of O.M. Ungers’ Galerie der Gegenwart in Hamburg, Germany. It involves a giant hand appearing to press 3-dimensional buttons on the outside of the art gallery.
We’re seeing innovative wall projections more frequently as new technologies allow the casting of visuals constructed of light—even HD and 3D images—to be easier, and more cost-efficient than ever.
Check out Urbanscreen’s "How it would be, if a house was dreaming" 3D wall projection above.
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