Hexogon Solution's Second Christmasland Projection At New Taipei City Hall

NTC 2017

Hexogon Solution's Second Christmasland Projection At New Taipei City Hall

TAIWAN (24 November 2017) – Hexogon Solution was invited by New Taipei City Government for the second consecutive time to execute the largest projection mapping in Taiwan at New Taipei City Hall in celebration of Christmas. The opening night attracted thousands of spectators in the presence of New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu.


The 39 days projection commence from November 24, 2017, to January 1, 2018, revolves around the Fang Tou Bear (方頭熊) family (translated as the square-headed bear) experiencing a whimsical, joyous and extravagant circus Christmas adventure. A myriad of festive images and colours adorn the façade of the building and a cone structure at New Taipei City Hall, covering a projection area of 9,000 square meters – the size of two soccer fields. A total of 33 units of Christie Boxer 4K30 digital projectors and 14 units of Christie HD20K-J were activated to provide intense colour and brightness to the facade of the New Taipei City Hall building, and a cone structure that is used as a Christmas tree. In addition, 2 projectors were fitted with movinghead mirrors to project characters on the Banqiao Train Station building façade. To further enhance the mood of this festive season, Hexogon Solution collaborated with a Singaporean singer, songwriter and record producer JJ Lin for the music.


Adrian Goh, Group Managing and Artistic Director of Hexogon Solution said, "We are immensely honoured to be given this opportunity for the second time to create this visual spectacular for New Taipei City Government. The challenges faced were the short turnaround time for content creation and graphic rendering. However, we have an in-house team that enabled us to work round the clock, and it is an accomplishment to see the final work presented. Hexogon Solution thrives on setting new records, and we are proud to be part of this achievement.''


Alex Tien, Managing Director of Hexogon Solution Taiwan, added, "Preparations took place since June. The unpredictable onsite weather condition was one of the challenges faced on the ground level. However, our experience from various extensive set up enabled the team to set up efficiently in two weeks."


Hexogon Solution continues to remain at the forefront of digital projection and will continuously strive to break records.



About Hexogon Solution

Established in 1997, Hexogon Solution Pte Ltd was formally known as Mozz Creation focusing in events and exhibitions. It was later privatized and renamed in 2008 to specialized in audio-visual, lighting and show integration known for using the most advance solutions in the market, with officies in Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong.

Headquartered in Singapore, Hexogon Solution has a robust in-house equipment inventory that supports some of the biggest shows in the region. It has one of the largest fleet of the latest state-of-the-art projection technology in the world, a strong content team which generates its own animation content for their shows, a team of system design and integrators that realised some of the biggest reknown projects. Amongst many digital projection projects, Hexogon Solution is most proud to be part of Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix since 2013, and five consecutive Singapore National Day Parades since 2012.

In 2015, Hexogon Solution was awarded The Guinness Book Record for The Greatest Light Output in a single canvas for the 28th South East Asia Games using 160 high lumens digital projectors - more than 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, 2015 Nanjing Youth Olympics or 2015 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

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