Cheyenne, Wyoming: Permanent Projection Mapping

Last Holiday season, we enjoyed bringing two light show experiences to Cheyenne, Wyoming, through architectural mapping. Projected across the front of the historic Cheyenne Depot in downtown Cheyenne, we created a multimedia extravaganza for their traditional Downtown Lighting Celebration, dazzling the crowd.

Picture this:

A timer projected onto the Depot Museum tower ticked away the seconds as the evening event approached. With about 10 seconds to go, children that were gathered in the Depot Plaza began to yell out each number as it counted down. As the timer hit zero, a loud boom sounded, and every light illuminated all at once – those strung on trees, framing downtown buildings, and on tall evergreen trees.

Then the music started, and 3D-seeming shapes began to dance on the museum’s façade: colorful projections of ornaments, wreaths, candy, fireworks, snow, and strings of lights – all fitted to the shape of the building. Since this was part of their 2020 Old West celebration, people laughed and cheered at the dancing cowboys on horseback herding bison. And at the end of each song, they whooped and cheered some more.

The event was such a success that a city council member was even seen wiping a tear from her eye. Alt Ethos was thrilled to help bring the holiday spirit and some much-needed sense of community safely to the folks in Cheyenne.

We are excited to be back in Cheyenne, Wyoming!

This 3D projection mapping holiday lights show was such a hit that we have been asked to make a more permanent attraction.

Our challenge is to address and impact the economic and cultural engagement throughout the city. As a permanent project our aim is to invite locals and tourists back into the city for celebration themed holiday and event specific content to keep visitors delighted and engaged and help drive economic development.

We look forward to the opportunity to exceed the creative expectations in the design and implementation of this visual experience. See you soon Cheyenne!

 


 

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