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Appears to be an ad for LG
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It's a custom job where the building is mapped ahead of time to build a custom show. It's been done a few times but is not done a lot due to the cost.

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Large scale

Same principle as scanning only on a large scale. Of course, you need the computing power and storage plus the projection means to re-display. I'm sure it will the upcoming ads display w/o having an actual LCD or display device to view from any "stored" flat or facade to display "to", just like movies as in projection of film to a sheet. Maybe, they'll use it later for sports board type of thing. -----Willy Happy

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