The “Bagh-e-Ramazan” television program was one of the prominent art projects in the Abbas Abad cultural district of Tehran. The program was broadcast live on Tehran Television network and lasted for two hours each night over the course of thirty nights. The “Bagh-e-Ramazan” program utilized the video mapping technique along with various artistic elements as the program’s decor, resulting in a work of art that has been visited by hundreds of art and culture enthusiasts. For the execution of this program, a structure measuring 200 square meters was designed and built specifically for video mapping purposes. Art, music, environment, competitions, and other popular shows were included in the diverse content of the video mapping, making the “Bagh-e-Ramazan” program one of the most popular television programs in recent years.
Amir Salari was responsible for designing and directing this video mapping, with 22 years of experience in various film production roles such as producer, director, writer, cinematographer, and editor. He was the first producer of scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping in Iran, with over 10 years of experience at the D-San production company. He has been honored with the UNESCO Honorary Diploma, the United Nations, and Iran mall recognition, among others