Man and machine unite to explore the impossible depths of projection mapping art

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+13 1. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

Awesome! Wish I could play with it! (That's what she said... I know)
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+13 2. Ash-BG commented 7 years ago

I've seen projection mapping on buildings, which is really amazing, but this is just f*ckin awesome!
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+15 3. gpullen commented 7 years ago

Whoop was waiting for this to get published :D
A lot of effort clearly went into creating this piece. Even the camera filming it is on a robotic arm, positioning it perfectly to give the best 3D angles. Love it!
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+8 4. Flox commented 7 years ago

Hypnotizing! A really cool piece of art =)
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+6 5. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

WOW!I want details! how,where,when and how much...forget how much...I want it !!!!
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+1 6. Sakzzz commented 7 years ago

One of the finest examples of this process was published on snotr a long time ago:
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+4 7. briandrenth commented 7 years ago

is it a box, or a box within a box?
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+4 8. schlafanzyk commented 7 years ago

Somehow the most amazing part to me was the wireframe models in the end.. like a virtual xray. And I know it was probably the easiest to do.
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+3 9. gpullen commented 7 years ago

#6 i would have to disagree. Although the Projection mapping technology used in the video you linked is very impressive and I appreciate it a lot, this is so different in many ways, and can only be described as an evolution of previous techniques.
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+3 10. schlafanzyk commented 7 years ago

#9 Exactly, this is a dynamic version of it and on a completely different level of complexity
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+6 11. glassweaver commented 7 years ago

Did anybody else look at this and go "Aperture Science Panel!"
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0 12. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Teleportation was a bit naff............... naff. ;)
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+1 13. gpullen commented 7 years ago

#11 if only they had projected some companion cubes... that would have been epic!!
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+1 14. glassweaver commented 7 years ago

#13 - or portals. :D
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+1 15. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

This was six years ago, I wonder what they can do now.8-)
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0 16. buckleg08 commented 1 year ago

are they the ones doing buildings now?:D