In October 2015, Vienna saw the inauguration of the “Wien Leuchtet” festival of lights at Maria-Theresien-Platz. A stunning audio-visual show is presented with a blend of video, slide projection, light, and sound. One of the highlights of the festival was the naturhistorisches museum that was staged with digital 3D video mapping, making it a sight to behold. The natural history museum was brought to life with vivid slide projections, while a large-scale floor projection allowed viewers to immerse themselves in the stunning visuals. The festival also showcased smaller yet equally mesmerizing light installations on the fountains, artistically and thematically enhanced with projections, sound collages, and lighting effects. Pronorm played an integral role in bringing this spectacle to life with cutting-edge AV equipment and expertise.
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