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BlogCategory: Monday Mapping
Were you at Techkriti this year in Uttar Pradesh, India? Probably not. Well if you missed it, here are the projection mapping highlights. This projection mapping demonstrates the depth you can create with projection and the story you can tell with a blank canvas and some incredible content. Knownsense Studios designed the piece and thrilled onlookers with a spectacular display.
Let’s admit it, dance recitals are much more interesting with insane projection mapping going on during the number. Well, today’s Monday Mapping video wasn’t taken at a recital, but the same principle holds true. Hungarian dance squad, Freelusion, performed at the opening of a congressional meeting. It’s extremely hard to tell if it’s a projection piece with dancers or a dance number with projection. What’s your take?
Do you like projection mapping but have a short attention span? This week’s Monday Mapping is for you! Today’s video is made up of highlights of NuFormer’s projection mapping pieces. O and if you are ever walking down the street and see a building doing any of the things you are about to see in the video (without the aid of projectors) please run for you life.
Unless we are talking about the Super Bowl, usually halftime shows are pretty dull. A “lucky fan” takes an impossible shot for a chance to win $1000 in free gas (or something like that). They never make the shot. During an Atlanta Hawks halftime show last season at Philips Arena attendees received a projection mapping surprise.
Can anyone compete with Disney creatively? When Disney takes on a projection mapping project you can assume that it’s going to be incredible. In today’s Monday Mapping Disney projects Sulley from Monsters Inc on the 188ft tall Spaceship earth. If the sheer size of Spaceship Earth isn’t enough of a challenge, the structure is a sphere with a jagged surface. 8 35k projectors were used in a projection mapping display with few budget limitations. The purpose the fun presentation is to announce Disney park’s 3 days of all-nighters this May.
We talk about creating an immersive environment with projection a lot here on the blog. Immersive projection can transport viewers into a whole other world and powerfully engage them in a visual experience. Well Microsoft’s IllumiRoom is taking that technology to the world of gaming. IllumiRoom uses a projector expand the game experience from the television to fill the entire room. Features abound and the environment around players can appear to rain, snow, or even take on a cartoon-like experience. You can choose for the system to only show certain elements (like gun fire) rather than display the entire video game world. Combining the visual and physical world is an incredible feat and much of the gaming community eagerly awaits the release of IllumiRoom. Apparently the system automatically and quickly calibrates to any new setting and the system can perform in any typical room or environment.
It’s Monday. You are probably sitting at your desk in disbelief that the weekend is over. Flies by doesn’t it? Well you can always count on us for some Monday morning projection mapping to distract you from that inbox anxiety. Today’s video comes to us from Coca-Cola Poland and I’m not going to lie to you…it’s weird. Although I’m not sure this video inspires me to pick Coke over Pepsi (that’s because it taste better), it does confuse and amaze me. So here’s our Monday morning prescription: sit back, pop open a coke, and hit play.
Today’s Monday Mapping comes to us from the creative folks over at Elevation Church. This inspiring interactive projection mapping piece was a part of their Easter Sunday celebration. Geoff Schultz, a member of the creative team at Elevation Church, has graciously offered some insight as to how the team pulled off this feat, but before we hear from Geoff, lets have our minds blown by the video.
Who doesn’t want a car with Spiderman-like abilities? Today’s Mapping Mapping features a Hyndai Accent cruising down the side of a building in epic display. Is it magic? No, it’s projection mapping. One stuntman, over 120 crew members, and a couple thousand spectators… here we go!
Today’s #MondayMapping is one of the best projection mapping pieces we have ever featured. Great Film Fill Rooms by Playstation transforms a normal living room into a video-game like environment. It’s true. The entire piece was done without special effects or post production. Believe it or not, it’s just one continuous shot. Is there anything you can’t do with a few projectors and a wealth of projection mapping knowledge? I’m really not sure. The real question is: if you could put yourself inside one video game which one would it be? For me it’d be Mario Kart! Seriously…let me know below.