A collection of videos highlighting the fun and creative uses of projectors.
Elizabeth Dourley — Jul 31, 2013
This work by Italy's Luca Agnani Digital lighting, 3D & Visual Mapping artist touched my soul. He has taken the works of Vincent Van Gogh and breathed a special kind of air into them that brings them off the canvas and into life. You can see the town awaken and feel you are a participant rather than an observer.
Elizabeth Dourley — Jul 25, 2013
Greenpeace's immersive projection mapping event at the Friends House Building in London was intended to bring to light the dangers of Artic drilling and the need to create a global sanctuary around the North Pole. The Choice of the Friends House was a good one as it is a symmetrical building and thus the perfect platform for a 3D projection mapping event of this scale and importance.
Elizabeth Dourley — Jul 11, 2013
It is, of course, a very logical step--that is to combine dance and interactive media to completely alter perception and and communication. This blend, in my view only enriches art because by blending bodies and technology we create a hybrid entity that allows us to reach new heights for communicating ideas. What we are losing verbally we are gaining visually.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jul 2, 2013
They know how to make things fun in Sydney. I love that city. Just last month the these at the Customs House 3D interactive projection mapping display was “Choose a tune and make the Customs House façade dance with you”