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Friday, February 02, 2007

wah seh, instant wall paper!

This is part of the Lunar New Year light up in Chinatown, on the wall of this building, they projected images on it. nice eh?



Instant wall paper.

15 comments:

koeiru said...

Very cool, would it be too bright for the people living there?

Sally said...

Great1 Just like the building illuminations in Sydney I posted just before Xmas. Probably starting to happen in lots of cities now do you think?

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Cool picture!! I guess it's cheaper than putting REAL wall paper up. I love the cherry blossom and tigers cartoons.

Olivier said...

c'est superbe ces images projetées sur cet immeuble. on a un peu cela à Paris pendant la nuit blanche.



it is superb these images projected on this building. there is a little that in Paris during the sleepless night.

Jing said...

cool images!!
and if open the window...maybe could catch one piece of cloud??
:D
really nice!!

have the nice weekend.
jing

zannnie said...

Ohh, i feel they should invite art works or paintings instead of printed works like this. Rather disappointing looking

Look..! what I saw in Budapest;) : Fenzevolucio Light Evolution!

I'm sure we can be more creative!

Zsolt72 said...

I find this also creative:) with Chinese motives

isabella said...

I haven't seen this before - very cool!

Oya said...

Very creative and colorful. Liked it very much. Greetings from Istanbul...

luggi said...

Really nice. Wow!

zeezee said...

Wow.. i cant stop all my ooh-ing n aah-ing.
cant wait to see them wif my own eyes!
thnx u so much for the post.

Keropok Man said...

thanks for all your comments.

koeiru, that's hotel81 too. LOL.

zannnie, its rotating, so the imagines change every 10 to 15 seconds. I took a few more, but everyone here will yawn looking at repetitive posts. haha..

Hmmm a little like Paris? hehe...

Meg in Nelson said...

This is fantastic! What kind of a projector did they use? Huge?

kris said...

absolutely gorgeos, love it instantly!

Anonymous said...

if i am correct they are using a brand called Pani. Its from Austria.