Advent Day 15: Projection

On Christmas Eve 2019 we took a stroll to the nearby area of Scotstoun to view its Living Advent Calendar. Each evening in December, one more window had been illuminated. On the 24th, we got to see them all.

Number 15 was unusual in that, rather than a static display, it was a computer generated projection. We waited for some time to see if it was a loop, but it never repeated itself.

18 thoughts on “Advent Day 15: Projection

  1. Jessica (Diverting Journeys) December 16, 2020 / 13:31

    This sounds neat! I like the idea of an ever-changing display, though I guess it must have to repeat at some point!


  2. Eilene Lyon December 16, 2020 / 01:31

    That’s certainly different! Welcome to the modern world of computer-generated window art.


  3. bob December 16, 2020 / 00:30

    Unusual. What they can do with computer generated graphics now is amazing. So close to replicating every aspect of faces, plants, trees, rivers, streams in hyper real clarity that its very hard to tell if they are real or not. It’s moved a long way from Steamboat Willie and early Disney cartoons. A few years more and you will not be able to tell real actors from computer generated ones in a film. Scary!

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  4. Birgit December 15, 2020 / 13:35

    This is different and I like it . The 3 you show here looks magical. I bet it was a huge loop and one would have to wait a very long time before it came back to the beginning.


  5. maristravels December 15, 2020 / 13:17

    Love your new banner heading. Clever you are!


  6. hilarymb December 15, 2020 / 12:37

    Hi Anabel – I rather like the 15 … but so interesting to know there was a never ending window light – you could have spent all night there! These are fun to see … all the best – Hilary


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