A collection of videos highlighting the fun and creative uses of projectors.
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 20, 2013
Check out this mixed reality performance which uses a virtual world as the platform from which to explore 3D immersive spatial virtual and physical displays. You'll witness the performer ´s body interacting with three dimensional space because of computer vision, skeleton tracking, and the output of 3D video projection mapping.
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 19, 2013
It is indicative of just how resistant many are to disconnect from their electronic devices. This is especially true in Japan where researchers at Tokyo's University of Electro-Communications are venturing into use areas previously unexplored and are utilizing Kinect sensors and projectors in the bath tub where they are creating an interactive screen out of opaque water.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 16, 2013
In short, this video is just cool. Viewers get to see how 3D projection mapping techniques give life to inanimate objects. A world is created from a stone cast of a human male bust.
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 13, 2013
The organizers of this festival enlisted the services of Jacques Andre Dupont out of Berlin who delivered a special fusion of two urban art styles to create what the video artist dubbed "Tape Mapping."more
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 12, 2013
Kickstarter has become one of my favorite sites to visit as recently I've uncovered quite a few projector-related projects in search of funding. The latest is the HOLHO. Due to the innovative optical illusion it creates, the HOLHO can transform all the pictures and videos on Smartphones and Tablets into holograms. Users get a 3D holographic picture from the HOLHO which sits on top or under the smart device's screen.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 8, 2013
This video goes behind the scenes during the creation of an unspecified advertisement. It gives great insight into the mapping process and the results that can be achieved with this technology. It begs the question: will 3D projection mapping up the ante for the quality and creativity of TV commercials and advertising in general while reducing the overall expenditure required?
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 5, 2013
Visual artist and filmmaker Carmen Osterlye went with BenQ's W1080ST and MX660P projectors for her art installations on display on Aug. 2-4 as part of the Wassaic Project's Summer Exhibition and Festival,in Wassaic, N.Y. Den of Blossomy is a projection-mapped Louis XV style parlor featuring floral video patterns as well as four full-color digital prints.more