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The Evolution of Light, Traced in Mapping Projection on Sculpture

Swiss lighting design outfit Lichtkompetenz sends a projection that tells the story of the evolution of electrified light – the story behind this site, if ever there were one. Projection-on-sculpture is becoming almost an expectation as much as novelty; here, it’s nice to see the sculptural canvas amplify the narrative. It’s not just about shining […]

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Real Humans Manipulating Building Windows as Pixels, and Breakout Projection

The human element in visual performance can apply to mass ensembles as well as soloists. So, while this video has already made the blog rounds, if you missed it as I did, it’s relevant in context of yesterday’s discussion of adding a human to projection mapping. In “ANIMATED TOWER / (HESAV s’anime!,” the team of […]

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Stories Come to Life, as the Human Element Meets Projection Mapping

Projection mapping live performance art – The Alchemy of Light by a dandypunk from a dandypunk on Vimeo. “The Alchemy of Light” makes projection mapping more than a sculptural, light-painting illusion. It allows the digital motion image to interact with the performer. And the human performer is a big part of what makes this work. […]

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Illuminated ‘Cello, Transforming the Object into Projection Mapping [MadMapper]

As projection design produces motion across an object, artists can create a kind of dance with a physical thing, bringing to life imagined, unseen facets of its being. French-born artist/VJ Jacques-André Dupont makes that evident in a new short film demonstrating projection mapping onto a violoncello. The object itself is, of course, exquisitely beautiful; projection […]

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Illuminated 'Cello, Transforming the Object into Projection Mapping [MadMapper]

As projection design produces motion across an object, artists can create a kind of dance with a physical thing, bringing to life imagined, unseen facets of its being. French-born artist/VJ Jacques-André Dupont makes that evident in a new short film demonstrating projection mapping onto a violoncello. The object itself is, of course, exquisitely beautiful; projection […]

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US Open Gets Projection-Mapped Court, But It’s Deja Vu All Over Again

US OPEN OPENING CEREMONY from Glow Design Group on Vimeo. New York-based Glow Design Group, above, turned a tennis court into a projection-mapped visual surface for the US Open. The effect makes sense for such an event – after all, the court will be the setting for the sport to come. But this project doesn’t […]

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US Open Gets Projection-Mapped Court, But It's Deja Vu All Over Again

US OPEN OPENING CEREMONY from Glow Design Group on Vimeo. New York-based Glow Design Group, above, turned a tennis court into a projection-mapped visual surface for the US Open. The effect makes sense for such an event – after all, the court will be the setting for the sport to come. But this project doesn’t […]

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Beyonce at the UN: Behind the Scenes of Epic Projection in the General Assembly Hall [Gallery]

The new world of projection is big – really big. Planet big. It’s not a dinky projector pointing at a ragged, wrinkled piece of cloth. It’s something that can stand up to one of the world’s great divas. When you’ve got Beyoncé, and you’ve got the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations in New […]

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Not Just Projection Mapping: MadMapper Maps LED and Lights, Too [Updates; Beta]

You’re going to hear this a lot: “mapping” is more than just “projection mapping.” It’s the liberation of the digital image from screens and cinema-style rectangles, the ability to merge that imagery with any surface or lighting. That’s the idea – then, hand in hand with the idea, there are the tools. Tools both reflect […]

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In Mutemath Projection Mapping, Rabbit Hole Creative Melds Image with Stage Setup

MUTEMATH Stage Projection Mapping from Rabbit Hole Creative on Vimeo. A rectangle behind performers can work. It can fit the content, and the stage picture. It’s just that, very often, it — doesn’t. Projection mapping in the tour for the band Mutemath isn’t just a way to create the illusion of three-dimensionality. It’s also a […]

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