The system allows a user to digitally airbrush onto physical surfaces. The stencil interface is projected on a board and the actual shape of the mask is virtualised allowing users to create their own stencils. The paint brush and physical surfaces are fitted with IR reflective balls that are tracked with IR cameras.
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This video demonstrates some cool projection concepts using your body as a large input surface without having to place electronics on the skin. Bioacoustic sensors are used to filter variations in bone density, size and mass, as well as filtering affects from tissues and joints so that multiple interaction techniques can be bound to different parts of the body.
Someone turned Ramesh Raskar’s iLamps project into an FPS game.
Someone sent me a link to this cool video which is extremely similar to a project I did for a Scientific Visualization last year. This one works in real time with tracking IR leds, whereas mine used projector embedded tracking and was really slow. Nice work guys!