Video Projection Mapping

Video Projection Mapping is an exciting new projection technique that can turn almost any surface into a dynamic video display. Specialized software is used to warp and mask the projected image to make it fit perfectly on irregularly shaped screens. When done right, the end result is a dynamic projection installation that transcends ordinary video projection. The goal of this site is to compile examples of impressive uses of video mapping techniques.

"Each art has its own medium and that medium is especially fitted for one kind of communication. Each medium says something that cannot be uttered as well or as completely in any other tongue." --John Dewey

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Khôra (Khora or Chora; Ancient Greek: χώρα)
is a philosophical term described by Plato in Timaeus as a receptacle, a space, or an interval. It is neither being nor nonbeing but an interval between in which the “forms” were originally held. Khôra “gives space” and has maternal overtones (a womb, matrix). A formless and unnameable “it” that we cannot identify but only evoke with images of unidentifiable places, like a kind of dissolution into the tohu wa bohu* (waste and void), what Levinas calls the il y a** (the Other - a formless void; a frightening neutrality devoid of meaning), the elemental night.

* Biblical Hebrew phrase found in the Book of Genesis 1:2. It is usually translated “waste and void”, “formless and empty”, or some variation of the same. It describes the condition of the earth before God said, “Let there be light” (Gen. 1:3). Precise translation of the phrase is difficult, as only the first word, “tohu,” appears to have any independent meaning.

** The idea of the other was formalized by Emmanuel Levinas, and later made popular by Edward Said in his well-known book Orientalism. Despite originally being a philosophical concept, othering has political, economic, social and psychological connotations and implications. The “Other”, as a general term in philosophy, can also be used to mean the unconscious, silence, insanity, the other of language (i.e., what it refers to and what is unsaid), etc.

Very special thanks goes to our friend Andrej Boleslavsky for Kinect recording.

Concept and visuals by Amar Mulabegović and Daniel Gregor {The Macula}
Concept and music/sound composed by Ondřej Skala {JTNB}
Photos & video by The Macula.

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Opening Ceremony University of Economics and Business Vienna

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Here’s some cool 3D projection mapping on rocks & landscaping.

On August 9th, 2012, closing day of SIGGRAPH’12, Allen Battino, Philippe Bergeron, and Joan Collins hosted the “Greatest 80s CG Party of all time” — the sequel. An impressive group of CG pioneers — many Academy-Award winners, and presidents of companies — gathered to reminisce about the past, and dream about the future. PaintScaping did 3D projection mapping on landscaping, and the results were out-of-this-world.

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Rickie Fowler takes on Psychedelic Golf Challenge


Rickie Fowler added creativity to his training regiment for the 95th PGA Championship. Rickie immersed himself in a visually stunning psychedelic driving range complete with projection mapped targets, state of the art sound, and a stadium size laser and light show.

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Making of The Krewella Volcano

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VENU MAGAZINE #20 Sept/Oct 2013 →

 Lisa Seidenberg wrote an article about projection mapping in this months issue of VENÜ Magazine.  It starts on pg. 45.

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26th Floor | Augmented Sculpture

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"SUPER WOMAN" (Discovery Channel/Familia) by Natasha Tsakos

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Disney Research HideOut augmented reality story books

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3D Mapping for TV Advertisement / Making of

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West Virginia 150th Birthday 3D Building Mapping-

This 3D building mapping was projected on the State Capital of West Virginia to celebrate West Virginia’s Sesquicentennial on June 22nd 2013. Included are images of the history of West Virginia, it’s industries, favorite pastimes and mnemonics of Abraham Lincoln, Senator Byrd, Chuck Yeager, Jerry West and Mary Lou Retton.
Created by Jack Hattingh and Alan Demafiles of Monster Media 3D. Live production produced by Monster Media 3D - Mike Sandrin, James Laurino, Lindsey Fuller- Coolux Pandora by Jake Zobrist and sound design by Scott Szabo.

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- Infinity ∞ (teaser)

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