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Amazing Projection Mapping inside Hala Stulecia

Projection Mapping became a big hit in the past few years, and many brands use it for making cool looking ads outside over big buildings. Basically they all use the same shticks: Changing what you see in windows, making bricks fall down, or making part of the building explode.

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Virtual Cinematography and Total Cinema

From Ed Zajac’s wireframe – the first 3d animated model – (1963) to James Cameron’s Avatar (2010) CGI is less than 50 years old. But look how far we’ve come! 1,856 more words

Glastonbury, The Temple iPhone Video.

Better video to follow, but here is some footage from off my iPhone:


The Pandoras Box Story: Project Runway

Technology has been slowly infiltrating the wonderful world of glitz and glamour: Fashion. From spray-on clothing to 3D printing dresses, science and vogue have been making brilliant collaborations. 27 more words



Naziha Mestaoui, part of the duo Electronic Shadow has done it again. Pushing the boundaries of technology and sensory experiences, her current project, ‘One Tree One Beat’ inspires us to stay innovative! 116 more words


Projection Mapping and Dance

Projection mapping is the term used to describe the use of projectors on usually non-flat spaces, or irregularly shaped objects, that one does not usually associate (effectively) using a projector on. 206 more words