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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Projection Mapping Research

Projection mapping is the process in which an irregular surface is orientated with projected video feed, in order to create a 'moving canvas'.  This allows objects to utilize negative space to alter the viewed surface.

There are many ways projection mapping is put into practice.  This method utilizes a human subject within the environment to act out a scene.

This method utilizes a grid construct against a wall which provides a backdrop for the events being projected onto the structure.  It is easier to utilize aspects of negative space with the blocks, especially on this smaller scale.  This is the most relevant approach that we are basing our project from.

This is potentially the most grand method of employing projection mapping technique.  It uses large scale projections on architectural structures to essentially change not only the surface of the structure but appear to change the structure of the building entirely.

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