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Historic Building Transformed Into An Interactive Pinball Game [Video]

Historic Building Transformed Into An Interactive Pinball Game [Video]
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The Célestins theater in France is turned with a playable and fun projection.

Yi Chen
  • 19 december 2011


Using a series of projectors and 3D projection mapping, the Théâtre des Célestins in Lyon, France, was turned into a giant, interactive pinball game. The ingenious idea was created by CT Light Concept, a lighting design company based in France. The installation can actually be played and was launched as part of the Lyon Festival of Lights event.

Watch the video below to see the pinball building in action. If you were an avid fan of Window’s 3D Pinball, then the sound effects might sound very familiar to you.

CT Light Concept

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