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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.
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.
Welcome to one of my favorite Monday Mappings of all time. At the 2010 Vimeo Film Festival and Awards this heart-stopping display served as the grand finale. With the help of well-known projection masters Seeper, Vimeo dazzled onlookers in NYC. You don’t have to be a mapping nerd to enjoy this one, so everyone check out this projection madness. Not bad Vimeo, not bad. Enjoy!
It’s Monday morning and sadly we can’t change that for you. What we can do is wow you with some incredible projection mapping we found online. Last year a video exhibition called Codex Dynamic inspired the 225,000 people in attendance with incredible projections showcasing well-known artists and up-and-comers during the Dumbo Arts Festival in Brooklyn.
The 160′x45′ archway of the bridge as well as the north side of the Anchorage formed a massive canvas for the small army of projectors. Said army of projectors included:
16 Christie Digital Roadster S+10K-M projectors
4 Christie HD 10K-M projectors
6 Roadster S+16K projectors
Calling all dubsteppers and projection enthusiasts! Today’s Monday Mapping involves what appears to be a giant mouse (Deadmau5), a large building, and an incredible mapping experience. On Monday November 28th, 2011 Nokia lit up the London sky by projecting on Millbank Tower. Nokia boasts that they are demonstrating the future of live events. See for yourself!
Ever wanted to project onto a Samurai’s house in Japan? Well today on Monday Mapping we give you a glimpse of someone who did! Happy Monday!
This week’s Monday Mapping video circulated a few months back as projection and environments really began to take off. However we’ve never included it here and it’s a great video that shows how projection can completely change your environment.
Another Monday Mapping video to kick off your week. This week we found a great projection mapping video that takes the new Porsche 911 Carerra SS and projects content both on the car and around the car.
However, it’s not just a surface, but the content makes this car come to life with all the various colors, making it look like it moves and is driving in various landscapes. Incredible. Enjoy!
As you know, our team scours the world wide inter-webs to find the best projection mapping, architectural projection and video mapping videos available. We post one every monday right here as a part of Monday Mapping.
Today we go to the skating community as a few guys decided to projection map a half pipe to promote Disney’s Tron. The best part is that the visuals are interacting with the various skaters as they glide across the canvas. This is something I’m seeing more and more of in projection mapping videos and probably something we’ll see even more of as technology continues to advance. Enjoy this week’s Monday Mapping:
This week on Monday Mapping, we bring you a project from Down Under. Showcased from Christie Projection, this is possibly one of the most elaborate and high resolution projection projects I’ve seen yet. (And thats a lot if you’ve been tracking with us!). Sydney did an impressive job with this event!
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