Motion design artist Friedrich van Schoor shot footage of spiders running around a scale model, and then projected the shadows through the windows of an actual building.
Sony jumps on the projection mapping bandwagon, but amps it up to 11 with these short clips shot in real-time, with no edits or post. Hit the link for part one, then watch parts two and three.
Mr. Beam created a unique 3D video-mapping experience by turning a white living room into a groovy 360° projection area, changing the colors, patterns and textures in the space. (Thanks Laura!)
Macula is back with another cool projection mapping, a mind-blowing 10-minute work that covered the facade of Liverpool’s Liver building. It also probably is the tallest video you’ll see today.
Besides using their computers for this high res rendering of the 3D projection mapping and film, Alienware’s Area 52 Airstream production also incorporates pyrotechnics and live action.
We’ve seen plenty of projection mapping, but this is the first time we’ve seen it done on a tennis court. We have to say “Game. Set. Match!” for this awfully cool production by 1024 Architecture.
A tribute to classic 8-bit video games, blown up to building size, spawning unholy mashups of retro games. Too bad the final projection mapping only included a small bit of Pavel NovÃ¡k’s animation.
We’ve featured 3D projection maps before, but never one that incorporated an actual car into the display. This promo for the Hyundai Accent does an awesome job blending real and virtual worlds.
Through the magic of 3D projection mapping, the Sydney Customs House was recently converted into a giant racetrack for Hot Wheels cars, courtesy of Muse Amsterdam, PostPanic and BeamSystems.
It may not sound all that impressive, but we think this colorful, minute long video of a truck magically lighting up by reanimatr is cool. Now we want to know why all trucks can’t look like this.
This cool projection mapping artwork from Lumpens of Robot Taekwon V emerging from the Dome of Legend, aka Seoul’s National Assembly Building, jams to a entertaining soundtrack too.
No, we aren’t tired of projection mapping yet, or TRON for that matter: check out the full projection mapping light show spectacle for TRON: Legacy on the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.
Despite Ralph Lauren’s boasts, this isn’t exactly the first time we’ve seen projection mapping. Outrageous “4D” claims aside, the light show is fun to watch. Check out the London version here.
It’s not the music in this live performance by J-Pop artist Hatsune Miku that we’re amazed by – it’s the fact that Hatsune is a 3D digital projection, and her voice is computer generated.
This awesome 3D projection-mapped ad for the Toyota Auris Hybrid was made by Glue Isobar. LED, neon and filament lights were used alongside 18K and 10K projectors. Watch the making of here.
The Macula strike again, this time for the 600th anniversary of the famous Prague Astronomical Clock. The group used the clock itself as the canvas for their stunning historical light show.
Urban projection experts Macula used the facade of the Hilton hotel in Prague as the canvas for their hypnotizing light show. Check out more of Macula’s magic on their website.
Shoot to kill, play to thrill: it’s AC/DC vs. Iron Man in this cool architectural projection mapping project on the front facade of the Great Keep at Rochester Castle, which warps and tumbles before your eyes.
Projection art gets interactive with Night Lights; it uses twelve 20,000 lumen projectors to amplify body, hand, and phone movements into 5-story images on the Auckland Ferry Building.
It may lack the permanence of traditional graffiti, but that may not be a bad thing: Video Graffiti is part art, part tech demo as it uses rollers with LEDs that are motion-tracked by a projector.
Using VDMX and reflective surfaces, Tron Legacy’s art crew would do well to watch Emmett Feldman’s Laser Cave; it’s a projection-mapped extravaganza that takes 2D to 3D heights.
Shot at a secret festival in Northern England, there’s actually a variety of amazing video projections above; our favorite parts are the Pac Man and Pinball sequences at 3:30.
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