Digital art studio teamLab have turned their projection mapping prowess at Japan’s  Kagawa Water Front Festival, transforming a boat and seaside into a 3D holographic fishing hole.

Using their smartphones as a fishing pole, enthusiastic festival-goers could cast a line into the Inland Sea and race to “capture” giant digital fish project not on a screen, but on water and mist. The 3D projection mapped game—dubbed Guruguru Reel—let participants experience the thrill of seaside fishing (but without the the smell of fish!!…)

Afterward the game ended, teamLab 3D projected two other recent artworks, Water Spatial Calligraphy: Beauty, and Crows are Chased and the Chasing Crows are Destined to be Chased as Well.

This is simply stunning, and we all know that I am a huge fan of 3D projection !

Take a look at some of the top highlights from the installation below:







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Sources: CreatorProject, TeamLab
Image credits: TeamLab