South Korea is set to receive the world's first invisible skyscraper, and it's not what you think. Designed by GDS Architects of Pasadena, California, "the illusion of invisibility is achieved by using cameras to capture real-time images behind the building, which are then streamed onto the front of the building using a wall of LEDs." Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Through digital processing, images will be scaled, rotated and merged to create a seamless panoramic image that appears on the LED rows to create the illusion of invisibility.
In essence, whatever is going on behind the building will be projected onto the front of the building.
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