If you want spectacular visuals during the presentation of a new product, the opening of a new building, or other similar events, forget flat projections. 3D mapping projection technologies can transform any object into a natural visual representation of it without any distortions. Projections are most often recreated on magnificent architecture, such as industrial objects or landmarks, towers, bridges, and other similar architecture.

Using animation and 2D/3D visualisation, buildings can be brought back to life, acquire new forms, colours, and can even collapse. This transformation of common static objects will draw the attention of children as well as of adults alike. Large outdoor objects are not the only structures to be projected on. 3D mapping technologies can also be used on smaller indoor objects or theatre stages.

One of the most spectacular 3D mapping projects was the 4D Story: Stebuklingos Kalėdos, which has attracted thousands of viewers to the Vilnius Cathedral Square in 2012. It was estimated that more than 180,000 people came to see the show that week. This event encouraged the news agency Reuters to choose Vilnius as one of the most attractive cities during Christmas festivities. This project is by far one of the biggest 3D mapping projects in Lithuania (the projection area of this project was 1,105m² and the luminous flux reached 120,000 ANSI).

In summer of 2015, we implemented another 3D project called Mes stiprūs, Lietuva!, which took place in the courtyard of the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. The project implemented a 5K projection and special media servers, which united six 20,000 ANSI lumen projectors into a single display screen. Edge blending technologies allowed a completely seamless 18m × 42m image to be rendered. Natural colours and high-quality images were possibly only because of the Xenon projector used, which utilises 3-chip DLP technologies. Nowadays, such projectors are used in digital cinemas.

However, 3D mapping technologies can be implemented on a smaller scale as well. During the M.A.M.A. music awards, we repainted the two grand pianos that were used in performance of Raudoni vakarai by Ieva Narkutė and Mantas Jankavičius. We have also implemented 3D mapping projects abroad. One of such projects was implemented in France,  in the 3D transformation of the Challain la Potherie castle based on the animation motives. Another project was implemented in the city of Minsk, Belarus.

The creation of 3D mapping projects is a complex process, which can take up anywhere from several weeks to several months. If you wish to create such a project, contact us as early as you can, so that we could best prepare and implement your vision!

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