Historic Building Transformed Into An Interactive Pinball Game [Video]

Historic Building Transformed Into An Interactive Pinball Game [Video]

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.

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