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3D mapping - Prague Astronomical Clock - 600th Anniversary Show

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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2010

3D проекція на годиннику в Празі, присвячена 600-річчю міста
Mapping during 600 years anniversary of the astrological tower clock situated at Old Town Square in center of Prague.
Mapping:
The Macula (themacula.com)
Michal Kotek
Lukáš Duběda
Sound:
data-live (data-live.cz)

Production:
Tomato Production (tomatoproduction.cz)

This elaborated Astronomical Clock was constructed in 1410.
Containing animated statues, A moving Sun and Moon with a Zodiacal Ring, and a Calender.

The clock is located in the Old Time Square in Prague.

Celebrating it's 600th Anniversary {October 9th, 2010} An amazing, and I truly mean amazing 3D Mapping was shown.
-5:04- The Symbol of Bohemia and the Czech lands - The two tailed Lion bearing the crown of Charles the 4th as the Czech King and Holy Roman Emperor - uplifting Prague to be the jewel that it is today.

-6:40- after much turmoil. The old town was the place where 27 Czech protestant leaders were executed in 1621 by the Catholic Ferdinand II.

-7:23- The 12 apostles that come out every hour, 24/7 in all seasons.

-8:15- Serious damage in 1945 from Prague Uprising by Germans.

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