NJ Design created a high-end Ventuz projection mapping project for Mongolia’s biggest national holiday.
The Naadam Festival is the most important event for the entire Mongolian country and celebrated annually on July 10-13. For this occasion, the Korean agency NJ Design created a sophisticated mapping project, which was projected onto the recently renovated Government Palace on Sükhbaatar Square in Ulaanbaatar. The 3D real-time graphics were powered by a Barco 26000 Beam projector. The size of the projection area was 130 by 32 meters.
The entire media project included mapping of videos and visual art, lasers, lighting and a DJ performance. With the large statue of Genghis Khan in the center of the building’s facade, naturally he was also incorporated into the content.