Tokyo comes to life in this projection mapping sequence on an exact, incredibly detailed, and 1:1000 replica of the city, according to Projection Mapping Central.
Roppongi Hills commissioned Tsubasa Oyagi's studio, sixinc, to create interactive installations to celebrate its ten year anniversary. The result? The Tokyo City Symphony, which can actually be played like a computer game. Visit the website to create your own symphony and visuals using your keyboard.
In the projection mapping sequence, Oyagi highlights Roppongi Hills as the central feature that pumps life and color into the city.
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