White Kanga has released a series of videos about their “Interactive Kinetic Mapping.” They have created a system for projection mapping onto a rotatable sculpture.
Archive for the ‘Projection Mapping’ Category
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new website for the projection mapping community, Projection Mapping Central. It is a free community resource for all things related to projection mapping. Projection Mapping Central is a compendium of information about projection mapping software, hardware, tutorials, design companies, festivals and more.
It is a place where advertisers and event organizers can find a firm to make their dreams a reality. It is a place where a beginner can figure out how to “map”, or an expert can keep up to date with the latest tools.
If you are an artist, programmer, advertiser or event organizer, welcome.
A nice behind the scenes look at NuFormer’s BMW projection mapping. Looks like they created video content using standard tools (e.g. After Effects) then created a custom Unity program to display the video and warp the image to be perspectively correct for a user (who is tracked with the Kinect).
We gets lots of requests for tutorials on projection mapping, so this is really great stuff. (I will add that this is one approach among many)