The Irish town of Carlow, famous for its many historic sites, hosted a mapping event created by Goboservice using two Divum 50k projectors. The event took place on a day particularly cherished by citizens,“St. Patrick’s day.” St. Patrick’s Day, is indeed an important holiday not only for the town of Carlow but for the entire Irish community, as the patron saint of the Republic of Ireland.

Goboservice took care of the entire project, including through the conception of the artistic designs and images.

The screening involved thousands of people. The details of the projection were carefully planned to provide an unforgettable experience: gobos illuminated the building interior with a shower of colors, adding a touch of elegance to the festive day. 

What made the projection more meaningful, however, was the reference to the image of the shamrock, symbol of the island of Ireland, attributed to St. Patrick (who apparently used this particular plant to explain the Catholic mystery of the Trinity to the Irish faithful) and to the color green (a color that has always been linked, in the collective imagination, to Ireland, which, according to Irish folklore, is the favorite color of the fairy); such historical and cultural references, gave the projection particular character and communicativeness and reason for a great sense of belonging and pride for the Irish people. Due in part to these nuances, the success of the screening was truly amazing.

The event was realized with the partnership of the Irish corporate group specializing in lighting“Fantasy Lights,” a leading distributor in the industry.

The screening helped make the St. Patrick’s Day holiday even more special for the citizens of Carlow.

Thanks to the collaboration between Goboservice and Fantasy Lights, St. Patrick’s Day was celebrated with due care and respect for the traditions of the Celtic people. 

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