Projection Mapping Turns a 99-Year-Old Dome into a Surreal Sci-Fi Light Show
Visual arts collective AntiVJ have turned the Halla Stulecia in Wrocław, Poland, built in 1913, into a futuristic light show.
Explains The Verge, "The installation utilizes hyper-precise 360-degree projection tech derived from a combination of 3D modeling software and carefully studied architectural blueprints. The group wanted to capture the sense of 'timelessness' in [the] architecture, drawing inspiration from 20th century science fiction films like Tron and Fritz Lang's Metropolis 'to confront the different visions of the future at different times, we were interested in trying to create a vision of a future with no precise time reference.'
Watch the installation and a making-of below. Read more here.