A famous example of its application is on the Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disney theme parks where scenes and shows light up the sides of the castle before a fireworks show. It is also used in theater for scene changes as well as concerts to produce spectacular shows. The advertising industry has incorporated the technology at conventions and product launches, creating magnificent displays and environments to attract potential customers.
Production companies may take advantage of the technology to tell entire stories, adding animated visuals and special effects to engage viewers in an immersive cinematic experience.
Of course, projection mapping can also be applied on smaller scales such as changing the appearance of a mannequin or a wedding cake. It can even be used in interior design by adding a few simple shapes to enhance the ambience of a room.