Posted on Mar 5, 2010 in Inspiration

 

a full 360, five-projector video installation using 3D Projection Mapping on a foam board model.

[via http://beamlog.blogspot.com]

Check out this version on a car with even more funkiness!

6 Comments

  1. 3-19-2010

    Very inspiring. Was this presented at a trade show, or someone’s personal project?

  2. 3-20-2010

    @Justin

    It was at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Klip Collective created a full 360, five-projector video installation for Infiniti. The virtual unveiling of the 2011 M was the centerpiece of the site-specific installation. Using video mapping technology and just one projector, Klip Collective transformed a foam model of the 2011 M to a moving, 3D illusion. So not a personal project.

  3. 3-31-2010

    LOL>…. photogs using a Flash…

  4. 4-3-2010

    Incredible. I really enjoyed the remix of Sensations Fix’s “Strange About Your Hands”.

  5. 8-13-2010

    I represent a leading A/V integration firm that is seeking high-end video projection design specialists for projects all over the world. They must be proficient in 2D and 3D video mapping, complicated geometry, custom lens design and large-scale design and implementation efforts. Media content creation and programming experience are important and definitely a plus. We have very cutting-edge, innovative projects that are among the most creative in the world and we need the very best of the best to help us make it happen. Our goal is – and has long been – to realize what no one else can even imagine…
    We are pushing the boundaries of creativity and expanding interactive, video mapping, and large scale immersive design projects worldwide. If you or perhaps someone you know can be the right person to help us grow this business segment with advanced skills in these areas of expertise please email me at scanalot@gmail.com

  6. 9-25-2010

    @Scott B I have send you an email with information.

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