Posts Tagged: projection mapping

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

teamlab

TeamLab is a Tokyo-based creative group with some strikingly beautiful interactive installations that make clever use of projection mapping and physical interaction.  I’ve included just a few of my favorites, but check out their site to see their other amazing projects.

teamlab

TeamLab is a Tokyo-based creative group with some strikingly beautiful interactive installations that make clever use of projection mapping and physical interaction.  I’ve included just a few of my favorites, but check out their site to see their other amazing projects.

panasonic space player

Panasonic has launched Space Player, a projector in a track fixture format, targeted at creative retail or event applications.  I remember vaguely that they debuted a prototype of this back at Light + Building 2014. With a diameter of about 6″, the

panasonic space player

Panasonic has launched Space Player, a projector in a track fixture format, targeted at creative retail or event applications.  I remember vaguely that they debuted a prototype of this back at Light + Building 2014. With a diameter of about 6″, the

dalziel + pow

Via Core77:  A very fun interactive installation from retail design firm Dalziel + Pow at the 2015 London Retail Design Expo. Daziel + Pow silk screened Bare Conductive ink and graphics onto a plywood wall surface and used the Ototo capactive touch

dalziel + pow

Via Core77:  A very fun interactive installation from retail design firm Dalziel + Pow at the 2015 London Retail Design Expo. Daziel + Pow silk screened Bare Conductive ink and graphics onto a plywood wall surface and used the Ototo capactive touch

tundra

Russian installation artists Tundra have completed some absolutely mesmerizing installations:

tundra

Russian installation artists Tundra have completed some absolutely mesmerizing installations: