Projection mapping sure is cool. And recently, it's become increasingly popular in Japan. Hence, this Attack on Titan projection mapping event in Kawasaki, Japan.

The event, called "Attack on the Real," showed an animated clip projection mapped onto JR Kawasaki Station. Japanese site Gigazine was on hand, and in the clip below, you can check out the projection mapping of the anime.

Pretty cool, no? I wish all the offices would've shut off their lights, though!

超大型巨人に遭遇した人類の絶望感が味わえる「進撃の巨人プロジェクションマッピング」を見に行ってきたよレポート [Gigazine]

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