Tag Archives: Projection Mapping
And here is your weekly dose of slightly incoherent ramblings on interactive projection mapping… My personal interest tends to focus around projections that are reactive to music in a performance environment, especially by ways of midi. Most of the applications … Continue reading
X box Kinect + Projector + Coding + Dancers = Projection Mapped People? Well, sort of… sure there is a little slop on that body but the concept has been proven. One day we will be mapping our crowds.
Just another step towards singularity (in the sense of a musician and visuals artist merging). I imagine there is a day not to far in the future where acoustic designers regularly write algorithms for display and sound playback simultaneously.
Talk about the most pratical use for projection mapping to date. I’m not crazy about the psychedelic nonsense covering the platters, and would prefer the wave forms to be right next to each other, but this is more than a … Continue reading
An off the wall dj/visuals performance that really highlights the capabilities and importance of a pitch black room (read: no dmx running stupid pre programed routines) when running a projection map worth looking at. When ever I see anything to … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting build and map setup that is liable to leave any of us aspiring visualists wondering how on earth we’re ever supposed to create a performance of such magnitude… Nosaj Thing vs. Aalto @ LUNCHMEAT 2010 from …::LUNCHMEAT::… … Continue reading
Sometimes, they even think alike. An original and profound statement, I know. Our agreement on this matter would signify us thinking alike again, further proof to this point. Anyhow, now that you’re all finished getting your mind blown, you might … Continue reading
While some of us struggle with writing classes for bouncing particles, other manage to churn out visual mind fucks like this: Generative Graphics Experiment. October 29th 2009. from Kieran Foster on Vimeo.
Just shut up and look at these lasers trace these boxes. Now look at this cool particle trace effect I made in flash. If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll remember that I mentioned that cool thing in a post not … Continue reading