Sydney Opera House Living Mural

Sydney Opera House Living Mural

Using the Sydney Opera House as a backdrop for a “living mural,” Universal Everything creates a myriad of different animations.  The Opera House becomes the backdrop for creative visual effects, monsters and sea creatures, divers, the circulatory system (heart beat included), elephants, sharks, tigers, and so much more.  “A global animation project by Universal Everything, collaborating with over 20 different animation studios worldwide to create a living mural on one of the world’s most iconic buildings.”

Given the massive scale of Sydney’s iconic Opera House, this projection mapping project is impressive in its grandeur.  Various and diverse scenes, all reflected in the evening light of Australia.

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Mallory Casperson
Rocket scientist, turned entrepreneur and accidental projection mapping expert. When not writing about projection mapping or at NASA working on high temperature metal fatigue, you can find her own nonprofit social enterprise at LacunaLoft.org.
  • MartinJan Gaasbeek

    its only visible from one position ?

    • Like most projection mapping, it is visible from many angles. However, as the projectors were located in one spot, there are shadows, so it is best viewed from a “sweet spot”.

      • MartinJan Gaasbeek

        duh.. everything is visible from many angles . This is a particular 3d surface . But it’s not used in that way. that’s a pity. If they made a 2d cardboard representation of the building the mapping would be the same..