The Sydney Opera House: Art In The Computer Age

The Sydney Opera House, completed in 1973, although famous for its roof of “shells,” or colloquially, “sails”, has never before looked like this. The Light Show, using computer imagery, creates a animated tapestry in vivid ever-changing patterns and colors that no doubt will serve as an inspiration for “computer artists” the world over to transform, in breathtaking images, the facades of other iconic buildings. Pour yourself a glass of wine, put your feet up and enjoy a few minutes of this brilliant marriage of architecture and technology.

J. Ronald Trost

One Response to “The Sydney Opera House: Art In The Computer Age”

  1. Totally psychedelic and at eight in the morning like eight cups of expresso

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