Projection mapping is a captivating technology that transforms ordinary surfaces into dynamic, interactive displays. It's a great way to combine art with historic structures, as the projection mapping doesn't cause damage in the way that hanging traditional artworks could.
A special event this summer brings the magic of projection mapping to Aichi's Okazaki Castle, which has roots dating back to the year 1455. The content of the colorful displays will relate to the culture and history of Okazaki City, ensuring a broad appeal to a variety of audiences.
The event is set to run on the evenings of August 4th (Friday) and 6th (Sunday) between the hours of 19:30 and 21:30. Do note that the projection mapping may be temporarily suspended in the event of rain.
While there are no projection mapping displays on the night of August 5th (Saturday), a fireworks event is happening from 19: 00 until 20:30.