“The role of the projections is to transpose the journey of the protagonists in an imaginary kingdom, borrowing from Chinese and Western poetry,” says projection designer Patrick Neys of House Of Dancing Water at City of Dreams in Macau, China. “To complement the story, each scene should have its atmosphere, its character. The aim is to give the impression of moving from one place to another—from one tableau to another, from one era to another—while sitting in the same seat and forgetting ...

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