Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory developed Portable Lumipen, a portable dynamic projection mapping system that tracks a target at 1,000fps with 3ms response time.
Plants and sculptures come to life at the Video Mapping Festival, a festival that presents video mapping in all its forms: monumental, object, video game, immersive, and interactive.
Planet Triage is an immersive, projection mapping installation created by Cody Healey-Conelly at the Wageningen University artist in residency program in conjunction with its 100th year anniversary celebration. Using computer-generated imagery, projection, and sculpture, Planet Triage creates a space for dialogue between artists and scientists with the hope of inspiring new ideas and ways to counteract the impacts of climate change.
Cody used an Optoma HD142x, After Effects and Cinema 4D to bring the installation to life. He used a laser measurer to precisely position the projector and the sculptural elements. Additionally, guides were drawn on the sculpture to indicate where the pieces of the installation should lock together. MadMapper’s mesh warp was used to align the projection, and then to control and loop the final video playback.
The exhibition took place at the World Soil Museum at Wageningen University and Research from June 25-29.
Red Paper Heart designed the interior of the Michigan Central Station to chronicle the life and culture in Detroit through imagery that moves off the screen, onto the grand arches, and ultimately culminate in a 65ft barrel vaulted ceiling. (Client: Ford, Agency: Civic)
Brent Watanabe combined a custom computer application, acrylic paint, and video projection to create this video game installation for “Push Play,” an event at Seattle University that explores social, cultural, and philosophical issues around games.