Brilliant. Same guys who created the 1k FPS mapping on T-Shirts out of Japan!
As a technical feat this is incredible! Being able to track and map these deforming surfaces in real time isn’t a small task. The kinect-like array used for the tracking are massive and would require a controlled environment to be in.
As public ad space becomes limited companies look for innovative ways to display ads. This is a very contrived way that has plenty of limitations such as weather, time of day etc… But, it’s neat!
This is some accurate projection mapping happening in real time. I wonder if it can automatically adjust to any person’s features and actively remap the creative. Don’t look straight into the beam!
We’ve seen cars, buildings, faces and so many other surfaces mapped with clever creative. This one takes the cake!
This hybrid of projection and 3d actuated square tubes could come in handy for visualization of data. I’m sure that there are many industries that could benefit from such an interface. Manufacturing, analytics, even banks. Imagine coming in to your branch and see your portfolio performance using this interface.
Moment factory is one of the best project mapping shops in town. It’s incredible to see their interactive capabilities evolve as well. Take a look at 0:43 to see some excellent interactive meeting projection.
“roomalive” is a project from microsoft research that transforms any area into an immersive, augmented entertainment experience. the system enables receptive projection mapping experiences that dynamically adapts content to any space. this means that users can interact with virtual objects that seamlessly co-exists with the physical environment.
Disney has launched projection mapping as part of their Wishes Collection Wedding package available at Walt Disney World. Brides and Grooms can now customize their wedding cake to have animations from their favorite Disney movies projected onto the fondant surface of their wedding cakes. As if weddings weren’t expensive enough these packages start at $12,000!
Windows in planes are heavy, present engineering challenges and are just way too small. A French design firm is proposing to retrofit the inside walls of the fuselage with live video from outside of the plane. This reminds me of the tech that military is using to camouflage the outside of tanks, but turned “outside-in”.