Architectural 3D projection mapping in Edinburgh, St. Mary’s cathedral

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Architectural 3D projection mapping, St Mary’s cathedral, Edinburgh – orchestra.
Photo credit: Barbara Eva Photography

Architectural 3D projection mapping specially commissioned for interiors of St. Mary’s cathedral, Edinburgh. In the projections were used Polish secession style stain glass projects designed by a few of the the most admired artists of the early XX-th Century in Poland – Stanisław Wyspiański, Józef Mehoffer, Jan Matejko. They all are from the time, when Poland gained independence. Most of the stain glass windows can be seen while visiting cathedrals in Krakow.

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Architectural 3D projection mapping, St Mary’s cathedral, Edinburgh – audience.
Photo credit: Barbara Eva Photography
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Architectural 3D projection mapping, St Mary’s cathedral, Edinburgh.
Photo credit: Barbara Eva Photography
Architectural projection mapping in Edinburgh, St. Mary's Cathedral
Architectural 3D projection mapping in Edinburgh, St. Mary’s Cathedral.
Photo credit: Piotr Motyka

Polish Independence Day is celebrated to mark the regained independence on 11th November 1918 after 123 years of partitions and rule by Russia, Prussia and Austria. It is one of the most important national holidays in Poland and for many Poles it is a day to reflect on their country’s history and an opportunity to express their patriotic sentiment.

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Architectural 3D projection mapping, St Mary’s cathedral Edinburgh.
Photo credit: Barbara Eva Photography

Event organised by Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Edinburgh

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Robert Motyka: Motion Graphics, architectural Projection mapping

Piotr Motyka: projection mapping setup support, camera operator