A video capturing the bull in action was uploaded by Raymond Ngan on Facebook on 9 February.
In the 17-second video, a metallic bull can be seen getting a paint job by two robotic arms.
Once the bull is covered in gold, it charges towards a sign that shows Sars-Cov-2 and the tagline: “Together fight against COVID-19,” creating a 3D effect as if the bull has exited the screen.
It is even more suitable for Pavilion Kuala Lumpur to feature a bull as it is the Year of the Ox in 2021.
The video has gone viral with over 3000 shares within 24 hours.
Hundreds of stay-at-home Malaysians tagged their family and friends in the comment section of the video, prompting them to take a look at the ‘3D’ bull ahead of the festivity.
“At the forefront of innovation, Pavilion KL is the first in Malaysia to showcase a 3D animation show of a Golden Bull, charging with energy and joining in the fight against COVID-19 to bring blessings of Good Health and Prosperity to the nation,” said the mall according to says.com
Other than the impressive state-of-the-art screen outside the mall, Pavilion KL currently houses Malaysia’s biggest golden bull in its central court, measuring 4.5m in height and 4.8m in width.
Shoppers can admire the golden bull inside the mall until March 2021.
Watch the video here:
KL Pavilion has this dy…sooner others will sure follow.😄
Posted by Raymond Ngan on Tuesday, February 9, 2021