26 august 2014, 16:17

Tricolor TV gave 3D show to Muscovites on the Day of the Flag of Russia

On 22 August 2014 over 4 thousand of people who gathered on Manezhnaya Square in Moscow witnessed the 3D mapping show organized by the biggest Russian satellite operator Tricolor TV in honor of the national holiday — Day of the Flag of Russian Federation.

Tricolor TV gave 3D show to Muscovites on the Day of the Flag of Russia

For organization of the light projection, state-of-the art equipment supposed for events of such kind was used, including 8 powerful projectors, a high-quality vario-focal lens for 3D mapping and a media server synchronizing the work of the projectors. The show took place in the historical center of Moscow. A 10 minute 3D reel with musical accompaniment was projected every 10 minutes at «Manezh» Central Exhibition Hall till midnight. Further the reel was shown without sound until 4 am.

The video of the 3D show consisted of 5 blocks and included, inter alia, classical architectural mapping — building, change of textures and materials, architectural metamorphoses. «The main heroes» of the show were three rays of light (white, blue, red) travelling through fantastic worlds. The spectators were also shown the world of the future: the building was transformed into a futuristic object with the help of neon outlining. The final scene of the show was reconstruction of the process of launching of a rocket carrier with a satellite on board to the orbit of the Earth.

Besides, residents of Moscow witnessed the dance flash mob participated by 170 people dressed in T-shirts of white, blue and red colors.

Tricolor TV also organized a holiday action for the spectators — having taken a picture with a three-color balloon against the background of Kremlin and Manezh, and having placed it in any social network with the #tricolorday hash tag, one could get a T-shirt with the holiday symbols as a gift right on the spot.

According to the data of the organizers, the event was attended by about 4 thousand residents and guests of the capital.

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