The Biggest Anamorphic Illusion In The World, The Massive Wave From Seoul Aquarium

This giant aquarium is an anamorphic illusion of a wave pool in the largest outer screen in South Korea. Designed by Estúdio District, the raised tank is actually a huge anamorphic illusion. The digital media company created the public project using the largest advertising screen in the world, with 80.1 x 20.1 meters with high resolution. As shown in the video, the fake aquarium hovers over the outside area and even has a sound imitating the sound of the waves.

The biggest anamorphic Illusion in the world, The Massive wave from  Seoul Aquarium, anamorphic illusion wave
An incredible 3D art installation, which depicts a wave crashing inside what looks like a glass box, is a delightful - and possibly terrifying - discussion of people passing through in front of this building in South Korea. image © d'strict



The Gangnam-gu area in Seoul is known as the Korean version of Times Square and the first free display outdoor advertisement zone of the country.

 

Public media art "WAVE" from d'strict. The giant aquarium is an anamorphic illusion of a wave pool in the largest outer screen in South Korea.

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