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Elizabeth Dourley — Apr 8, 2013
Further proof that projection mapping is making inroads and impact in the world of theater production, this clip from The Satirikon Theater's "Romeo and Juliette" is from 2012. Four Christie projectors were utilized in the mapping process for this event. It is clear that projection mapping enhances every mood and enables a kind of interaction previously impossible on stage. It seems as though projection mapping might ultimately redefine the role of technology and digital artistry in theater
Elizabeth Dourley — Apr 5, 2013
This iPad app called Tagtool certainly falls into the "creative projection" category because it transforms an iPad into a fine instrument of projection art. One can only imagine what could be achieved when each member of a creative team with iPad in hand is turned loose to paint and animate. The messaging possibilities could encompass the subversive to the sublime.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 28, 2013
This projection mapping event occurred in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. It is magnificent in the way it transports the spectators back in time. You can see it in their faces.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 18, 2013
They call it sugar art....and it is. We're not talking store bought cookies here, but the ones in the bakery. You know.....those perfectly decorated gingerbread men, cakes, pies and other delectable edibles?more
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 8, 2013
The local pool hall is the place on the planet where another human might actually think I'm pretty smart in math. While a complete failure in algebra, my geometry skills are not too shabby. I usually know exactly how and where a ball should be hit. The problem is my hands and my eyes rarely do the bidding of my brainmore
Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 15, 2013
Big Bear Lake California has been in the news for all the wrong reasons this week and so I thought it might be time for a positive projector related story from that city which is not too far from where I grew up in Southern California.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 14, 2013
This is an example of the unexpected that can happen when someone gets creative with a projector. I'm not certain what would have prompted BMaffit to pick up his projector(with a movie running) and point it outward into the blizzard raging in the Northeast earlier this month...but he did. This video captured the results and with those images set to music, this gentleman has found something that is far more relaxing than the "Sounds of the Rain Forest" CD my kids hoped would make me "more chill." Or did they say "chill out?"more
Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 12, 2013
There is an open source project called MusicBeam everyone should check out before throwing a party.Imagine hosting an 80's Night bash with a music-triggered laser show. All that's required is a laptop, a projector a fog machine and Duran Duran (my suggestion). The software developed by these generous wizards enables everyone (Mac,Winows Linux)to benefit, free of charge. This seems like a very personal mandate to make great parties accessible to the masses.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 11, 2013
Projectors and projection technology have wowed the crowds at yet another major music venue. This year it was at the Grammys when Carrie Underwood wore the technology in the form of a large skirted Roberto Cavalli gown that became a four and half foot projector screen displaying moving images and flickering colors.
Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 8, 2013
It is curious how a 3D projector mapping shrubs and small trees results in visual art so ....natural. This projection mapping shown at Digital Life 2012 in the Romaeuropa Festival was like watching a dream reveal itself. My home is surrounded by forest and I enjoyed the projection artists portray a day's first light in a futuristic way that changed my perception of space.