Posts Tagged: projection

Panasonic SpacePlayer

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 SpacePlayer

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

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beam: projector in a light “bulb”

Beam is a Kickstarter project that integrates an LED pico projector, Android device, LED light (and presumably a AC/DC power supply) into a housing with an E26/27 socket. I like the concept because it supports my view that light sources

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beam: projector in a light “bulb”

Beam is a Kickstarter project that integrates an LED pico projector, Android device, LED light (and presumably a AC/DC power supply) into a housing with an E26/27 socket. I like the concept because it supports my view that light sources

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room-e

Via a survey article from Gizmodo, here is a very interesting demo from the design firm Frog, showcasing some interesting UX simplifications that result from networking all the sensing (3D stereo vision cameras, microphones, etc.), displays (including ambient projections), devices

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room-e

Via a survey article from Gizmodo, here is a very interesting demo from the design firm Frog, showcasing some interesting UX simplifications that result from networking all the sensing (3D stereo vision cameras, microphones, etc.), displays (including ambient projections), devices

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urban model projection mapping

Here’s a cool concept via Core77  , one for all the real estate developers/urban designers/trade show booth designers out there:   Taking a 1:1000 scale urban model and using projection mapping to create some wicked cool visuals.  The project, called the Tokyo

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urban model projection mapping

Here’s a cool concept via Core77  , one for all the real estate developers/urban designers/trade show booth designers out there:   Taking a 1:1000 scale urban model and using projection mapping to create some wicked cool visuals.  The project, called the Tokyo

MicrosoftIllumiRoom

microsoft illumiroom concept

Via Engadget, a Microsoft Research concept that uses a projector to dynamically extend the action shown on a TV screen.  Very interesting extension of the virtual world.

MicrosoftIllumiRoom

microsoft illumiroom concept

Via Engadget, a Microsoft Research concept that uses a projector to dynamically extend the action shown on a TV screen.  Very interesting extension of the virtual world.

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firewall

Via Designboom, a nice art project  from New York-based media artist Aaron Sherwood that utilizes an interactive stretched-fabric wall. Firewall from Aaron Sherwood on Vimeo. From Designboom: made using processing, max/MSP, arduino and a kinect, the piece measures the average depth

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firewall

Via Designboom, a nice art project  from New York-based media artist Aaron Sherwood that utilizes an interactive stretched-fabric wall. Firewall from Aaron Sherwood on Vimeo. From Designboom: made using processing, max/MSP, arduino and a kinect, the piece measures the average depth

Michael Taylor Capture5

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Came across this on Tumblr: Michael Taylor Photographer.  “An abstract approach to photography involving light and humanity.” His “Wave” series is a beautiful use of projections on human bodies. His “Light Trace” series uses long exposures and what looks like

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michael taylor photographer

Came across this on Tumblr: Michael Taylor Photographer.  “An abstract approach to photography involving light and humanity.” His “Wave” series is a beautiful use of projections on human bodies. His “Light Trace” series uses long exposures and what looks like