The massive new exterior jumbotron at Georgia Aquarium wraps around 2 different walls. I created some CGI content so that if you stand on the sidewalk and look up, it appears that you have a 3D look into the aquarium. It's an optical illusion. These are quick, mocked-up exports for the website (the aquarium wall is obviously fake) but next time I go down there I am going to shoot some actual video of the animations playing. There was a lot of measuring and scientific angles and trigonometry involved in these.  See below for some of the brain-busting science.

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Here's a look at the virtual template I set up with the angles all measured out. That virtual camera is not randomly placed, rather, it followed a very specific series of measurements to get it just right. 

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Angle of view vs. height and widths of the 2-sided jumbotron vs. distance from jumbotron...just thinking about this is making my head hurt again.  

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These sidewalk perspective paintings were key to cracking the mystery of how to make the optical illusion work. 

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This is the 2-sided jumbotron on the outside of the east wing of Georgia Aquarium where the videos are playing.