During the festival, projection-mapping shows are projected on the facades of the most notable buildings, cultural monuments and other facilities in Moscow.
Panasonic flagship projectors strongly supported the festival and on 4 October 2015, the final evening of the festival, the projectors were used to create the 19,099m2 'Light Discoveries' show, in the process becoming the largest projected image ever.
This took place on a group of Ministry of Defence buildings, on Fruzenskaya Embankment in Moscow. The installation was created for LBL Communications with the support of the government of Moscow, in celebration of the world's greatest scientists.
CGI and live-action green screen was used to bring to life the inventors of electricity, cinema, radio, television, fibre-optic cable and the internet. The six video-mapping novels were created by artists from Russia, France, UAE and UK.
The projection was formed by 137 Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 Evo and PT-DZ21K series projectors, across eleven towers at the riverside and on the roofs of buildings.