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Hyundai: Hypermatrix Projection Installation

5. September 2012

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This is a very different kind of projection mapping installation, in that it starts out as a hypermatrix, thousands of individually controlled cubes that move in sequence to create objects and animation. This movement is then integrated into a projection mapping experience to bring to life the Hyundai Motor Group installation at the 2012 Yeosu [...]

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Gillette Light It Up: Water Projection Mapping

6. August 2012

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We haven’t posted a projection mapping event for a little while, so this timely piece from Gillette is perfect, combining a series of various projections onto buildings, walls and ultimately on water, to wish TEAM USA luck at the Olympics, just as the world finished watching the Opening Ceremony. A spectacle of light and water [...]

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adidas: Light You Up Projection

19. June 2012

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Here’s a great example of what happens when projection mapping meets social media. Yesterday we saw a nice piece of experiential marketing from adidas with their ‘Ready to Run‘ campaign, now here is a nice piece of projection from adidas that let’s the user see their name in lights! This ‘Light You Up’ Projection from [...]

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Nike Building Twist: Projection Mapping Event

7. May 2012

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You’ve probably played with Nike’s “Free Face” campaign over the last few weeks, and this is the next instalment called “Building Twist”. Nike Building Twist is an interactive projection mapping experience controlled by a shoe that’s been wired up with a bunch of pressure sensors and plugged into an Arduino board, allowing users to literally [...]

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Samsung: 3D Projection “Face” Mapping

28. March 2012

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So we’ve seen all sorts of 3D projection mapping events, installations and exhibitions using buildings, cars, walls and even more dynamic guerrilla versions that come out of a car… But I don’t remember seeing anything quite like this, where a real persons face becomes the canvas for the projections, face mapping I believe they’ve called [...]

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Snake the Planet: Projection Mapping Gaming

1. March 2012

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Everyone loves Snake right? Well how about if that game of Snake just happened to be wheeled out of a car and projected onto any surface? That’s cool, but now imagine if that game of Snake came with a built in couch and the ability to generate dynamic projection mapped levels no matter where you [...]

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BMW 1 Series: Projection Mapping Racing Game

26. January 2012

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BMW South Africa recently created an interactive projection mapping experience for the new 1 Series, in the form of a social racing game. The experience was projected to an area of just over 100sqm and allowed participants to play via Galaxy tablets after connecting with Facebook. Players times were posted to the real-time Facebook leaderboard [...]

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PlayStation: Real Time Projection Mapping Ads

17. January 2012

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So I’ve probably seen just about every projection mapping event, installation or experiment known to man. But, I completely missed this one late last year, and… it just happens to be one of the best creative executions around. It’s a little different too, not only were these projections created for use as ads, but they [...]

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Chevy Sonic: 3D Projection Mapping Claw Game

24. December 2011

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There’s projection mapping and there’s projection mapping… Then there’s this… Possibly the best interactive 3D projection mapping event I’ve seen to date. Sure, the visual experience isn’t as amazing as some of the others you’d have seen posted here, but I’m not just comparing that, I’m referencing the entire experience, and particularly the audience interactivity. [...]

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Vodafone: Christmas Laser Graffiti

22. December 2011

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Here’s a great Christmas campaign from Vodafone Ireland, bringing together social media, projection mapping and street art to encourage their Facebook community to hit the streets. Vodafone enlisted digital agency Cybercom to help them create something different this Christmas. The experience started with “Make Someone Happy” on the Vodafone Playground Facebook page which, over the [...]

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