The Biggest Anamorphic Illusion In The World Has Been Successfully Revealed On The Largest Outdoor Advertising Screen In South Korea

The largest outdoor screen in Korea appears like a giant aquarium with a wave pool but is in fact an anamorphic illusion.

According to d’strict, a company behind the installation: “We, d’strict specializes in designing, making, and delivering breathtaking visual content on Digital Out of Home. In order to offer the world a new experience, we are proud to announce some exciting new business – IP licensing.

Our first case of IP licensing, ‘WAVE’ with anamorphic illusion has been successfully revealed on a magnificent DOOH of COEX K-POP SQUARE, the largest & high-definition outdoor advertising screen in S.Korea at 80.1m (w) x 20.1M (h).

We aim to develop numerous attractive visual content that can be licensed into any size and shape of the screen consistently.”

More: d’strict h/t: digg

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