The third edition of LUMA Projection Arts Festival returned on September 1 in downtown Binghamton, New York, gathering an audience of over 30,000 people. Making their U.S. debut was Budapest, Hungary-based projection mapping company Maxin10sity. "This was our first appearance in the USA," says managing director Tamás Vaspöri, "and we are very proud that we were invited to this festival, and we really enjoyed it." Upon the facade of Carnegie Library, three Christie projectors displayed Maxin10sity's "Timeless Tales," an animation of fantastical fairy tales and stories. All scenes were painted in 2D, with 3D effects and movements added on later.