Kois swimming on the Fullerton’s façade

1 12 2011

Being fond of graphic light projections on our heritage buildings since seeing one at my old school building last year, I was delighted to be invited for one at the Fullerton Hotel last evening. The show of light during which the hotel’s iconic façade came alive with creepers growing, koi fishes swimming and fireflies fluttering – all part of a 3D animation and projection show, spectacularly brought to a close the year-long celebrations for the 10th Anniversary of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.

The Fullerton's gift for its 10th Anniversary - a spectacular show of lights.

Projection techniques were employed for the show that were showcased for the first time in Asia. And for this, the hotel collaborated with CPG Productions, the Singapore firm which was behind the opening and closing ceremonies for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games. The 10 minute show took two months of preparation and was inspired by the hotel’s transformation from the General Post Office Building to the heritage hotel it is today, involving a team which included an architect as well as experts in 3D modelling and animation, concluding with a holiday-themed finale to usher in the festive season.

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