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Up to 10,000 people gathered to see a historic riverside building brought to life with a stunning digital projection by Teesside University’s Simon McKeown.

Cork's College of Commerce is lit up with a projection depicting colourful buildings with an Invacar driving down the projected street emitting blue smoke

McKeown's Cork Ignite illuminated Cork's College of Commerce with a dazzling display

Up to 10,000 people gathered to see a historic riverside building brought to life with a stunning digital projection by Teesside University’s Simon McKeown.

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A photograph depicting Cork's College of Commerce with a projection which make it appear that the building is falling down

Cork Ignite employed clever visual techniques to create the illusion that the building was crumbling

Up to 10,000 people gathered to see a historic riverside building brought to life with a stunning digital projection by Teesside University’s Simon McKeown.

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A close up photograph of Cork's College of Commerce. It has the silhouette of someone sitting in a chair projected on to it.

Cork Ignite utilised imagery both spectacular and haunting.

Up to 10,000 people gathered to see a historic riverside building brought to life with a stunning digital projection by Teesside University’s Simon McKeown.

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Up to 10,000 people gathered to see a historic riverside building brought to life with a stunning digital projection by Teesside University’s Simon McKeown.

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