Inspired by quantum physics and the search of the geometry’s origins, Berlin-based designer Gaspar Battha has thought the installation “Patterns of Harmony” : a mapping projection playing on mirror’s reflections and geometric shapes in shades of blue. It gives complex forms in movement symbolizing the language of the universe, to discover in video.
Here is the first HomePod of the world : a house robot, or rather an independent mobile computer featuring a video projection system and a high-definition audio and video 360 system. This enable inhabitants to turn any room into an entertainment place depending on the activity they do. A project made by Keecker to discover in images and video.
For SUITCASE Magazine, Magna Carta Media directed “The Golden Age” : a mapping in which we follow a woman wandering in different nature or city landscapes with patterns reflecting and animating on her clothes and face. A live visual projection made by All Of It Now, to discover in video, with a making of.
Co-founder of the visual label ANTIVJ, artist Olivier Ratsi has created the audiovisual and light installation “Onion Skin”. The concept is to recreate the different layers of the onion skin with perpective effects and a music composed by Thomas Vaquié. Produced by Nico Boritch, the installation is to discover in images and video.
The studio Bot & Dolly unveiled “Box”, a live performance featuring a 3D mapping of moving objects in a quality yet never reached. Requiring nearly two years of work, this beautiful and imposing creation without editing plays with reality and opens the door to new possibilities. To discover in the future.
This video is a montage incorporating a part of the live performance entirely composed by an artist calling himself Dandypunk. Using the excellent music of Edit – Ants, this projection mapping live unveils the journey of a man in search of the secrets contained in the book “The Alchemy of Light”. More in the future.
Spider Projection is a very impressive video installation made by Friedrich van Schoor in Saarbruecken, Germany. Two small spiders were filmed in a miniature reproduction of a building and then projected images on the full-scale building, giving the illusion of the presence of two huge spiders in the room.
Augmented Reality – Projection mapping is a short documentary directed by Dane Luttik, passionated by these impressive visual compositions. He decided to focus on the approach of different artists , like the collective AntiVJ or projects of Jean-Michael Verbeeck. With music by Nosaj Thing, this video is exciting to discover in the sequel.