Watch Sydney Opera House Burst Into Color With Eprom's Sound

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The Sydney Opera House is seen illuminated as part of Vivid Sydney Light Festival on May 25, 2018 in Sydney, Australia.

Without a doubt, 3D projection mapping synced to a textural soundtrack is the height of large-scale entertainment technology. If you don't believe us, just watch the mesmerizing clip of METAMATHEMAGICAL, a 15-minute display of sight and sound from the Sydney Opera House, produced in part by experimental bass beacon Eprom.

The colorful collaboration was helmed by cross-discipline artist Jonathan Zawada, the same man behind Flume's award-winning Skin album cover. Eprom worked alongside UK producer Air Max '97 and Canada's x/o on the sonics. The intsallation is part of Sydney's Vivid festival, which runs now through Saturday, June 16.

Watch as the famous architecture drowns in rainbows, becomes a geological xylophone, and downright dazzles the sense with vibrant form and beauty below.