A collection of videos highlighting the fun and creative uses of projectors.
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Elizabeth Dourley — Jan 10, 2014
The Ghostbox is a prototype conceived by the creative studio Leviathan who sought a way to forge a connection between people and clients' products.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jan 8, 2014
What's one way to show your wares without taking up space to store them? Employ the services of a good 3D projection mapper. I can't stop thinking about all the possibilities for projectors and creative projection mapping in the retail arena. This video, however comes from a trade show environment where dollars and opportunity make it critical to look big in the smallest space possible.
Elizabeth Dourley — Dec 17, 2013
A dandypunk is a harbinger of nonconformity. This one uses projection mapping in performance art that is a sheer delight to watch. In this short clip of a longer performance you cannot help but feel the energy generated by this type of interactivity with light, images, and concepts which could not be expressed as well in any other way. The message? There is no box. email@example.com
Elizabeth Dourley — Dec 9, 2013
3D Projection mapping on a wedding cake is so creative and alluring that if I were attending this wedding reception I might even forget to ask if the cake was chocolate. This couple chose to display a game of Donkey Kong animated by DJ and lighting company Posh Entertainment. If it had been my wedding we'd have used the 3D projector to display Galaga as playing that game was an integral part of our courtship. Great idea and very creative projection.
Elizabeth Dourley — Dec 2, 2013
This wonderful Urbanscreen.com projection mapping production was sent by an architect friend of mine who tried to explain to me the meaning of parallax as it pertains to this video. Watch as the projected stripes bend the building's facade.
Elizabeth Dourley — Nov 25, 2013
Everyone is talking about Juan and how happy he makes people. My jaded soul's first response is "It's an ad for LG." But still, it should not detract from the happiness that video artists can bring in so many ways when they get creative with projectors and help the art of 3D projection mapping to evolve. That is the core of the viral success of this ad.
Elizabeth Dourley — Nov 19, 2013
These special glasses developed at the University of Oxford, use two cameras and an infrared projector to detect nearby objects. They use a gyroscope, a compass, and a GPS to help orient the wearer. The Images that are created through this data are then projected on transparent OLEDs. Yhe hardest part for any innovator is to have his or her creation reach the public. Hopefully this one will be put on the fast track.
Elizabeth Dourley — Nov 13, 2013
The Penbook combines pen paper and digital.It takes hand-written input using a digital pen on real paper that is augmented with a projection screen and could easily redefine how we interact with documents. In this video you can see it at work in a medical records capacity.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Nov 5, 2013
This mapping project by Glowarp was from a contest held earlier this year. Sit back and enjoy the glorious voice of Placedo Domingo and witness some evolution in 3D projection mapping: the introduction of a concept.
Elizabeth Dourley — Nov 1, 2013
Originally a Kickstarter project that will become available in the latter part of next year, LUMO is a projector for the home--specifically for kids. It's a self contained ceiling mounted light fixture with an interactive LED projector, a motion sensor, and a tiny computer.more