The “Theater “Az Rey ta Aseman” was one of the few projects that used video mapping or 3D projection mapping technology to express theater scenes. It was performed for a total of 30 nights, and each night 500 people attended, making it very popular among audiences and the media. Video mapping was able to change the theater scene environment in a fraction of a second, adding dynamism and coherence to the theater acts. The 2-hour play was divided into 20 curtains to synchronize with the movements of the actors and scene changes. This artistic work had a close relationship between architecture, display, 3D projection mapping, music, and interactive acting by the performers.
To perform the video mapping, a building with suitable angles and a 10-meter high mast for the projector location was constructed to allow the actors to use the depth of the field and interact with the projection screen.
This project was produced and executed by the Day sun Cultural and Artistic Institute, the leading producer of content and 3D projection mapping in Iran. The continuity, storytelling, artistic content creation, scientific and artistic understanding of this new art, and the precise and professional engineering of the performance are the unique features of this collection. Amir Reza Salari, the first scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping producer in Iran, has over 10 years of experience and has been honored with a UNESCO honorary diploma, as well as recognition from the United Nations, Iran Mall, and others.