Tag Archive | "Projection Mapping"

B-Reel Eels: Mobile Projection Mapping Game

Wednesday, November 16, 2011


R&D has to be one of the most important internal investments an agency or brand can make, prototyping what’s not been previously done get everyone excited. It’s pretty clear B-Reel do a tonne of this, and here is the workings of their super cool Multiplayer Mobile Projection Mapping “Snake” Game, that’s played in real life [...]

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Nike Jordan Melo: Water Projection Mapping

Wednesday, October 26, 2011


Nike is doing something a little different with projection mapping for the new Jordan Melo M8 shoe, this time throwing in water, in fact the whole thing is projected onto water fountains, which perfectly complement the movement and desired effects to create something pretty special for your eyes… Sure, there isn’t any interactivity as we’ve [...]

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The World’s Largest Space Invaders Game

Tuesday, October 4, 2011


Check out the Chelsea Football Club team members playing the world’s biggest space invaders game in real life. This real motion gaming technology combines everything we love about 3D projection mapping with ultrasonic motion sensors and other various technical elements to create a physical gaming experience. Now who wouldn’t want to play this? As the [...]

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Mill Touch: Projected Touch Screen Experience

Thursday, August 18, 2011


Here is a behind the scenes look at how The Mill, one of the worlds best post-production houses, brought to life their entire back catalogue of creative work via a projected touch screen installation. It’s a great little piece telling the story of how they built the installation, but looking past that, the interaction, the [...]

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Meet MMOV: The Projection Mapping Vehicle

Monday, August 1, 2011


Love design, graffiti and projection mapping? Well get your guerrilla suit on, because you can do just about anything in this beast. It’s called the MMOV – Multi Media Off Road Vehicle – and is literally a projection mapping installation on wheels, but not any wheels, 4×4 ones that can take you just about anywhere, [...]

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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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Bombay Sapphire Projection Mapping Event

Friday, June 10, 2011


We’ve seen the future of projection mapping recently with the first ever user generated 3D projection mapping from Wrigleys. Bombay Sapphire proves that location can play a big part on projection mapping events when they lite up the Battersea Power Station last night. Hundreds gathered on the banks of London’s River Thames to watch the [...]

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Wrigley’s User Generated 3D Projection Mapping

Friday, June 3, 2011


After posting about NuFormer 3D Video Mapping Interactivity Test we were given a heads up on the world’s first ever user generated 3D projection mapping event by Wrigley’s 5 Gum. The event was showcased in South Africa, both in Johannesburg and Cape Town. This world first experience allowed internet users to create their own projections [...]

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Projection Mapping: New Museum in NYC

Sunday, May 29, 2011


Here is a cool projection mapping event for the New Museum in New York. On Saturday May 7th over 5,000 perople came to see this Flash:Light display as it transformed the facade of the New Museum. Light Harvest Studio along with Nuit Blanch New York put together this group of artists working in non-electronic mediums [...]

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World’s Largest Projection Mapping Event

Thursday, May 12, 2011


Coca-Cola celebrated their 125 year anniversary in style this week with the world’s largest single building illumination to send a “Thank You” message to all their fans and supporters. This spectacular projection mapping display covered the whole of the Coca-Cola headquarters tower in Atlanta, which stands at 26 stories high. The display uses 45 projectors [...]

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