Consultancy magneticNorth has worked with property company Bruntwood and the Manchester International Festival to create the ManchesterInFlux digital visualisation project.
The consultancy says the project aims to capture the “buzz of activity and energy” that the festival brings to the city.
Adam Todd, creative director at magneticNorth, says: “The ManchesterInFlux project has provided us with a fantastic opportunity to visualise the Festival in progress.
“The screens on display across the city and the online project at www.manchesterinflux.com have been designed to demonstrate the impact and outreach of MIF 2015.”
The Manchester International Festival runs until 19 July.