Digital art projection will celebrate Bay Area landmarks, football

Thirty-four high-watt projectors at Super Bowl City in San Francisco will project animation and other images celebrating Bay Area landmarks and football onto the two towers of the One Market office complex until Feb. 7, officials with Visa said Sunday.

The Visa Digital Skyline Projection starts at 5:30 p.m. every day and ends at 10 p.m. at the office complex located on The Embarcadero.

The digital installation aims to celebrate the Super Bowl, the National Football League and the Bay Area, according to Visa officials.

The projectors can display images more than 260 feet high.

San Francisco-based Obscura Digital designed the show, Visa officials said.

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