Vancouver video company's amazing 3D projection mapping takes airline, game launches to new heights


Vancouver’s Go2 Productions has been instrumental in a couple of major events across the border, demonstrating their creative 3D projection mapping.

3D projection mapping brings irregular surfaces to life, which brings stunning impact to events like product launches.

The award-winning Go2 was called on by Tilting Point recently for the launch of their new app-based game “The Sleeping Prince.” Essentially, Go2 brought the game to life via projection on the exterior of a real life castle in New York state.

The company “turned the historic castle exterior into an animated swashbuckling tale featuring royalty, knights, bats and bad guys, that left the VIP audience blown away,” according to their media release.

Go2’s work was also at the core of a visually dynamic reveal for Southwest Airline’s new aircraft exterior design. With Southwest possibly coming to Canada, we’re happy to see they’ve already realized how great it is to work with Vancouverites!

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