Sydney, Australia – In the midst of the terrible bushfires that rage throughout Australia, the Sydney Opera House projected a beacon of appreciation onto their iconic structure. With the power of video mapping that the Sydney Opera House uses for awe-inspiring visual creations, a symbol of solidarity lit up the bay and gained worldwide attention.
Opera House chief executive Louise Herron told the Sydney Morning Herald that “as difficult circumstances continue, we want to send a message of hope and strength to the people of Australia.”
“We are lighting the Opera House sails to show our collective support for everyone affected by these devastating fires and to express our deepest gratitude to the emergency services and volunteers for their incredible efforts and courage,” she said.
Projection mapping is an innovative way to communicate with a large-scale impact a visual message for an event or a cause for a community. With precision and state of the art technology, several medias can be displayed onto unique structures like the Sydney Opera House with their artistic shell-shaped domes. From static photos to videos with interactive animations, projection mapping offers a captivating visual immersion experience that grabs the world’s and your guests attention.