The Window of Luyang, the first screen with naked-eye 3D technology in East China’s Anhui province, started flickering in the pedestrian street of Huaihe Road in Hefei, capital of the province, on Monday evening in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
The screen covers an area of 490 square meters and is made up of 540 small single screens. With smooth corners, the P6 and L-shaped screen can produce a seamless 3D effect.
The video clip aired on Monday evening featured a flying dragon, suggesting that Hefei will brave winds and waves to open a broader prospect.
“It’s visually stunning. The flying dragon is almost rushing out of the screen.” “The 3D effect is as realistic as watching a blockbuster.” Tourists and local residents stopped by the screen and marveled.
Many local elements were spotted in the video clip, like the Chaohu Lake, one of China’s five freshwater lakes, and Zhongmiao, a 4A-rated scenic spot.