Water screen, the beginning of the fifteenth century AH and the celebration of the Solar Hijri New Year 1401, was held in the largest celebration of Nowruz in the world with symbols from twelve UNESCO Nowruz countries at Iran Mall, the world’s largest mall, featuring the largest water screen performance, 3D mapping projection, and fireworks display in Iran. The celebration was attended by four thousand people at the moment of New Year’s Eve and was also broadcast to a vast number of followers on social media and journalists.
In this artistic work, symbols such as the Seven S’s, the change of the Earth’s astronomical position, the passing of seasons and days, along with music, water display, fireworks, and the dance of various Iranian ethnic groups were included. This project was produced and executed by Dey sun, the leading producer of content and 3D mapping projection in Iran. Continuity, storytelling, artistic content creation, scientific and technological knowledge, and precise and professional engineering execution are unique features of this collection.
Amirreza Salari, the first scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping producer in Iran with over 10 years of experience at Dey sun, is the holder of UNESCO’s honorary diploma and has been recognized by the United Nations and Iran Mall.