The Tech Behind Vivid’s Spectacular Opera House Projections

The Tech Behind Vivid’s Spectacular Opera House Projections
Sydney, Australia - May 26, 2014: Sydney Opera House during the Vivid Light Festival 2014
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Every Year Sydney’s most iconic buildings are lit up for Vivid. The city becomes an architectural canvas. A mesmerising urban landscape.

We created a video to explore some of the tech behind the magic.

Gizmodo’s Light and Motion series is brought to you by Mazda CX-3. Celebrating motion as an art form, with, Mazda’s signature ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’ design philosophy capturing the striking beauty of movement.

The Sydney Opera House projections are designed and executed by one small Sydney company. They’re also responsible for other stunning architectural art across the country, such as White Night Melbourne and Olympic Game ceremonies.

We headed over to their workspace to take a look at how they create their breathtaking work.