Those of us who attended EXPO 86 in Vancouver never tired of watching the nightly laser show that concluded the days events.
At Yeosu, the nightly multi-media show starts off with exhuberent Korean kids singing and dancing to some ridiculous English language music, but then morphs into an incredible sound and light presentation featuring spectacular fountains, movie projections ontothe Big-O, a 43m-tall, oval monument that stands at the center on the
To quote from the website: "Enclosed is a water screen that shows videos, while the outer
rim is installed with devices that produce water jets, mist, flames,
lights, lasers, etc. The Big-O also holds a variety of exciting shows,
including a fountain show that features the world’s first hologram video
technology. Finally, the “O” represents ‘ocean’ and the number “0” to
further highlight the oceans as the fundamentals of a new beginning."
I am not technologically sophisticated enough to understand most of what's happening...but it sure was interesting to watch and thousands of others were enjoying it too.