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.
In their second appearance at New Frontier, Klip Collective returned to Sundance to transform the entire front of The YARD venue into a 3-D projection-mapped parable, inspired by the Tom Waits song, “What’s He Building in There?”. Filmmaking and projection mapping collide in this fifteen-minute piece, combining live action, stop motion and cg animation.
New permanent sound and light show on the Atlantic City boardwalk. Multiple HD projections, surround sound, theatrical lighting and the latest architectural video mapping technologies will bring Boardwalk Hall’s historic façade to life every night all season long. ——
Creative direction by: Sougwen Chung Original Music by Praveen Sharma Technical direction: Andrien Boulanger Arduino Programming by: Adam Harvey Structural Supports by: Square Fabrication Filmed by: Linda Cavaliero, Marcelline Gamma
For the ‘Rotterdamse Museumnacht 2011’ Sober Industries build two large sculptures. Both sculptures were projected with mapped visuals. The spectators were able to control the visuals projected by a custom made cubicle with motion sensors and buttons, made by Bruce Moerdjiman. By tilting the cubicle the color of the visuals changed and the buttons were used to skip through the visuals and to create other effects like blending and scratching.
Visuals Studio Rewind Daniel Bruning
Interactive Bruce Moerdjiman
Sculptures Sober Industries
The following partners supported us in this project: Blaak 10 Gallery & Store Human Centered ICT Rotterdamse museumnacht Hulskamp
A scattered array of fifty mirror balls reflect light from three projectors, filling a room completely with small reflections, casting patterns that fill the visitor’s peripheral vision. Creating a curious space that alternates between a meditative state, and an uneasy imbalance. An experiment in combining a found object with computer vision to create a profound and unusual experience.
Created with Jonas Jongejan at CLICK Festival 2013.
Form and Substance: Projection Mapping in Contemporary Art.
Group Exhibition curated by the curators of videomapping.tumblr.com
Spring 2013 Brooklyn, NY
Projection Mapping is the premier artistic technique of our age. Projection Mapping (also called Video Mapping) utilizes specialized software to create a projected image that perfectly fits any desired surface, including irregularly shaped screens, 3 dimensional objects, architecture, etc. changing its very nature; allowing for the surface in question to convey any message that the artist desires. When done right, the result is magical. “Form and Substance” brings together work by several prominent artists in this field to create and activate paintings, sculptures and installations.
Curated by Bryan Dodson, Brian Blessinger, Michelle Dodson, and Carolyn Devlin-Antuna
Featuring work by: Adam Dare, Bryan & Michelle Dodson (Integrated Visions), Christina Graf; Davy & Kristin McGuire, Domingo Zapata, Jessica Angel, Joanie Lemercier (AntiVJ), Joel Fitzpatrick, John Ensor Parker, Kris Davidson, Laura Ramirez (Optika), Paulapart, Red Paper Heart, Robert Seidel, and Simon Anaya
In 1950, Jackson Pollock proclaimed: “New needs need new techniques. And the modern artists have found new ways and new means of making their statements. Each age finds its own technique.” Projection Mapping is the technique of our age.
Onionlab presents Evolució, a piece that revolves around the graphic and sound abstraction of the concept it is named after: evolution. It is construed as transformation, construction and alteration of reality through time; evolution as a discontinuous creation process as well.
Created with 3D projection mapping techniques, this time, Evolució was projected onto the façade of the Musées d’art et d’histoire de Genève, though the piece takes the evolution concept even further: It was conceived as an open transformation process so that it can also be adapted to different façades and projection surfaces, and so that Evolució can continue its transformation process.
Evolució is available for further projections, as it can be adapted to various physical formats, e.g. indoor structures, or different façades. If you are interested in exhibiting the piece or want more information about it, please do not hesitate to contact us email@example.com
Organized by Mapping Festival and Les Musées d’art et d’histoire de la Ville de Genève
Fragmental is a tetrahedron based geometric sculpture - designed as a surface for typographic animations. Using the projection mapping technique we get an illusion of depth & perspective that gives the different kinds of letters a new dimension in space & time.
St Lucas university college of art & design presented me the task of creating a Font machine. A machine that on its own creates an unique font. I have chosen light as my medium for creating the 26 characters of the alphabet. By using the projection mapping technique where the light acts as the medium for the machine - I was able to bring the full alphabet to life.
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new interactive instrument that fuses music, visuals and sculpture together. It is a giant audio-visual creature of twelve disembodied heads on long medusa-like necks that sing or recite prose as you press a button.
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is currently being used as part of a groundbreaking multimedia pop band. It can be also used for installations, spoken word, performances and for unique musical education purposes.
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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