I had no idea this was even possible with projector technology… From Prague, a video-mapping show projected on the medieval Astronomical Clock in the city’s Old Town Square. Part of a celebration for the 600th anniversary of the clock’s construction.
The dazzling visual show goes on for a full ten minutes.
The people who worked on it are themacula.com, duber.cz and michalkotek.com, and the projection itself was done by avmedia.cz. Four months of work, 5000×1200 resolution, 2x Christie 18K HD projectors.
From Wikipedia, this schematic explaining what the various interlocking dials on the Prague Orloj represent:
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