This is a video from a small country restaurant in France, which keeps its customers entertained while they are waiting for the meal, in this case, dessert.
The French restaurant “Le Petit Chef” came up with an original way to entertain guests while waiting for their order by using an overhead projector on the ceiling. The animation is on the table and your plate. There is a small chef who appears on your plate. Watch what he does. Bon Appétit.
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I loved the table animation. Clever way to entertain restaurant customers.
The table animation art reminds me of Santa Fe artist Peter Sarkisian. He uses inanimate objects, such as a book or cup and adds animation from above. We had a show in 2018 and it was incredibly popular. Here’s a link to one of his “pieces”. Worth exploring. https://www.petersarkisian.com/Book-2011
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