Tag Archive | "3D Projection Mapping Events"

Volkswagen Golf 7: 3D Projection Mapping Event

Tuesday, April 2, 2013


Car manufacturers almost automatically launch a new model with a 3D Projection Mapping Event these days, and this one from Volkswagen is pretty good, launching the all-new 2015 Golf 7 at the New York International Auto Show. (Nice find Dmitri) It starts our with sketches, gets a little 8-bit action, moves into high-tech mode and [...]

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Alienware Area 52: 3D Projection Mapping Event

Saturday, July 16, 2011


I love projection mapping events. But, one of the things annoying me lately has been the constant “same same” of various installations from around the world, it’s like people cracked that perfect “wow” formula and stopped innovating. Sure, we’ve seen our fair share of really cool brand experiences lately, and there are always a few [...]

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Canada’s 3D Projection Mapped Mountain!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011


Here is a little eye candy for you! Canada’s Wonderland Theme Park has developed a huge 3D projection mapping event to celebrate it’s 30th birthday, in fact, they are projecting it onto their signature attraction “Wonder Mountain”. It’s a 10min video, so grab a coffee! Wonder Mountain is transformed by 2D motion designs and 3D [...]

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Tron 3D Projection Mapping Skateboarding

Monday, January 24, 2011


This is probably one of the best projection mapping installations I’ve seen to date, not because of it’s sheer magnificence, animation or structure, but purely from a technological perspective… This installation is starting to push the boundaries of where projection mapping has been trapped (to some degree) for the last 12 months. The 3D projection [...]

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Sensodyne: 3D Projection Mapping In Canada

Sunday, October 17, 2010


3D Projection Mapping events are still pretty hot, so hot that even Sensodyne (a tooth paste brand) has jumped in, creating Canada’s largest 3D projection mapping event to date, in partnership with their agency Grey Canada and Tantrum Design / VFX. What was different about this projection mapping event, was that sound was broadcast via [...]

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