HD building projection

Using multiple HD projectors, a cool light show is projected on a building in downtown San Francisco.
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+11 1. SixaxisDualshock commented 13 years ago

So that's why people from San Francisco has trouble sleeping at night.. :D
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+1 2. garshooba commented 13 years ago

WooooooooooooW cool :D
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-1 3. DarkiKun commented 13 years ago

cool =)
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+10 4. MoT commented 13 years ago

I'd like to see background behind the building projected onto the building.

Make it appear invisible..
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+1 5. Dokandre commented 13 years ago

#4 it would only work from a certain point of view, since if you move around the scene should "move" aswell, but what is projected at the building would just keep static.
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+1 6. peterpan007 commented 13 years ago

I really liked the red and white balls, its cool how they made them bounce off the ledges or window sills. ( is sills spelt right?)
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+5 7. Mix commented 13 years ago

A nice way 2 view Snotr videos >:)
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+1 8. Highmeadow commented 13 years ago

#6 Yes, it is, but spelt isn't a word... :)
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+2 9. NucleoVega commented 13 years ago

what an awesome idea.
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+1 10. whowhatme commented 13 years ago

#8 ?

a wheat, Triticum aestivum spelta, native to southern Europe and western Asia, used chiefly for livestock feed.