For the very first time since it arrived in Odaiba, the life-size Unicorn Gundam finally held a projection mapping show. Previously, when the old life-size RX-78-2 Gundam stood tall in front of Diver City Tokyo in Odaiba, they regularly held projection mapping events.
But since the Unicorn arrived, that all stopped, until now of course. And now, a new video shows what that projection mapping show is like, and it looks wonderful:
The projection mapping show is all part of Tokyo Gundam Project 2018. It will show a chronicle of the important events of the Universal Century, as well as humanity’s advancement into space. The life-size Unicorn Gundam will be showing the projection mapping thrice a day, but only until 6th May. Each one will be lasting approximately six minutes.
Last year, the new Unicorn Gundam replaced the old RX-78-2 standing guard in front of the mall. Like the Unicorn in the anime, it can also transform from its Unicorn Mode to its Destroy mode as well. And in the Diver City Mall itself, Japan’s largest Gundam store, Gundam base Tokyo, has replaced the Gundam Front Tokyo museum.