Posts Tagged: projection mapping

teamlab: borderless

TeamLab, a Tokyo-based creative group, continues to WOW with new projection-heavy digital art installations.  I first posted about TeamLab back in 2015, but now their latest is an entire 10,000 sqm museum installation titled “Borderless” with gorgeous large-scale projection-mapped installations. TeamLab’s

teamlab: borderless

TeamLab, a Tokyo-based creative group, continues to WOW with new projection-heavy digital art installations.  I first posted about TeamLab back in 2015, but now their latest is an entire 10,000 sqm museum installation titled “Borderless” with gorgeous large-scale projection-mapped installations. TeamLab’s

dynaflash high speed projection mapping

The Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory at the University of Tokyo is demonstrating a setup they call DynaFlash v2 and Post Reality.  They combine incredible ultra-high speed projection (1000 FPS), high-speed 3D sensing, plus the processing techniques needed to drive 3D mapping

dynaflash high speed projection mapping

The Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory at the University of Tokyo is demonstrating a setup they call DynaFlash v2 and Post Reality.  They combine incredible ultra-high speed projection (1000 FPS), high-speed 3D sensing, plus the processing techniques needed to drive 3D mapping

tablemation studios

A very fun use of projection mapping and augmented reality technologies, Tablemation Studios uses overhead projections to animate the place settings at dinner services with clever forced-perspective visual effects and character animations. Sadly, they only have a Facebook page – meaning

tablemation studios

A very fun use of projection mapping and augmented reality technologies, Tablemation Studios uses overhead projections to animate the place settings at dinner services with clever forced-perspective visual effects and character animations. Sadly, they only have a Facebook page – meaning

what is your workflow for designing embedded lighting installations?

To echo a piece I just published on LinkedIn, I’m asking my network for what cool software tricks designers are using to accomplish embedded lighting installations. I’m doing a bit of research for my upcoming conference presentation at Strategies in

what is your workflow for designing embedded lighting installations?

To echo a piece I just published on LinkedIn, I’m asking my network for what cool software tricks designers are using to accomplish embedded lighting installations. I’m doing a bit of research for my upcoming conference presentation at Strategies in

xyzt: abstract landscapes

XYZT: Abstract Landscapes is a digital art installation by Lyon-based designers Adrien M & Claire B.  The exhibition fuses together some spectacular interactive digital animations with well-executed projection and sensing technologies with a beautiful minimalist black and white color palette. The

xyzt: abstract landscapes

XYZT: Abstract Landscapes is a digital art installation by Lyon-based designers Adrien M & Claire B.  The exhibition fuses together some spectacular interactive digital animations with well-executed projection and sensing technologies with a beautiful minimalist black and white color palette. The

lightform

  Via The Verge – former Microsoft researchers have launched a new startup called Lightform to bring advanced projection mapping technologies to a more mainstream market.  Microsoft’s research concept for enhanced projection mapping dates back to at least 2013 when it

lightform

  Via The Verge – former Microsoft researchers have launched a new startup called Lightform to bring advanced projection mapping technologies to a more mainstream market.  Microsoft’s research concept for enhanced projection mapping dates back to at least 2013 when it

grundig connected home – IFA 2016

Via Designboom: Interesting product concept by Grundig showing projected controls for kitchen appliances.  I assume they are using a camera vision system as the control detection interface, with the camera and projector built into the vent hood above.

grundig connected home – IFA 2016

Via Designboom: Interesting product concept by Grundig showing projected controls for kitchen appliances.  I assume they are using a camera vision system as the control detection interface, with the camera and projector built into the vent hood above.