Largest Projection On Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has just put itself on the world map by bagging the Guinness World Records Largest architectural projection-mapped display (permanent).

The record, which was set on February 25, 2024, saw the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Projection Mapping Executive Committee in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, securing the record with a projection area measuring an astounding 13,904.956 m² (149,671 ft² 101 in²).

The images are projected against the eastern façade of Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Main Building No.1, a tower 48 stories tall that splits into two sections on the 33rd floor, covering an area of roughly 127 meters (417 feet) in height and 110 meters (361 feet) in width from the building’s fourth to 32nd floors.

The show is called “Tokyo Night & Light” and will serve as a new tourist attraction in Tokyo. The company that provided the technology that enabled this world record is none other than Panasonic.

Largest Projection On Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

Panasonic Connect has launched the world’s largest permanent projection mapping at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, utilizing its advanced system to create immersive visual and audio experiences.

This initiative, which began on February 25, 2024, aims to boost Tokyo’s nighttime economy by showcasing various contents.

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The system is managed by Panasonic’s AcroSign(R) for efficient operation and maintenance, highlighting Panasonic’s commitment to innovative entertainment and tourism experiences.

You can check out this awe-inspiring projection nightly at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building where it will be displayed at half-hour intervals, each lasting for around 10-15 minutes.

In case the green fanatics are crying about energy consumption, you’d be glad to know that the electricity the show uses is mainly from solar power harvested during the day.

Images: Panasonic [JP].