Video Mapping Show at the International Childhood Cancer Day
The International Childhood Cancer Day took place on Jan Palach Square in Prague with a breath-taking video mapping show.
The International Childhood Cancer Day is a symbol of the bravery of child oncological patients and their families. It is to honour the children who have successfully undergone treatment and a remembrance of those who have succumbed to the disease. Although it is a traditional European event aimed at improving the care of sick children with cancer, it took place for the first time this year in the Czech Republic.
The programme was divided into professional and entertainment parts. As part of the professional part, the public could become acquainted with the issues surrounding childhood oncology in different discussion groups. The entertainment part included a range of activities, such as a creative workshop, face painting, buffoonery and a whole range of video mapping shows and the Rudolfina building, whose content was provided by 3dsense. AV MEDIA lent the powerful projectors that projected onto the building.
More information on the International Childhood Cancer Day can be found here.