Posts Tagged: projection 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

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.

anouk wipprecht

Via Dezeen. “What is fashion missing?  Micro-controllers.” Some wild fashion concepts by Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht that combines 3D printing, embedded lighting, projection mapping, sensors, etc. (not to mention some crazy insane 3D modeling skills!) into some very futuristic ensembles.  Gorgeous

anouk wipprecht

Via Dezeen. “What is fashion missing?  Micro-controllers.” Some wild fashion concepts by Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht that combines 3D printing, embedded lighting, projection mapping, sensors, etc. (not to mention some crazy insane 3D modeling skills!) into some very futuristic ensembles.  Gorgeous