In case you missed it, the facade of Notre Dame de Paris displayed a light show for the ages November 7-11. According to NPR, it was “designed to celebrate both the cathedral’s enduring majesty and the centenary of World War I. The show, ‘Dame de Coeur,’ tells the story of the cathedral and its role in French history for the benefit of a fictitious injured American soldier in the First World War who tells a young French nurse that he fears dying before he ever sees the fabled French Gothic church. The 20-minute video projection, using 3D mapping, includes 17 luminous images and is the creation of director Bruno Seillier. The message of the light show is a reminder that the 850-year-old cathedral has survived revolutions, rioting, vandals, and two world wars.”
Watch the first part of this Notre Dame video mapping in the video above, and part two below:
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