It's been some time since I've posted to this blog. (<- I feel like I say that every time). Plenty of things going on, but I'll have to wait for their debut before I can post about them. Recently, I took a little detour into converting GLSL shaders from Shadertoy into ISF shaders and materials … Continue reading ISF Shaders and Madmapper Materials
Looking back on my blog, I realized it is lacking in tutorials. One I’ve wanted to share for some time is about LED pixel mapping. It’s less expensive than you may think, and easy (mostly). Over the years, prices have dropped, more information has become available, and the software has gotten so good, that there’s … Continue reading LED Pixel Mapping with MadMapper, VDMX, and Resolume
It’s been a while since I’ve had time to post. For a moment I was optimistic about a “2019 year in review”, but that fell off by a few weeks of incoming projects. To keep things short, I’ll just post photos and videos with a few comments. Maybe one day I’ll be able to go … Continue reading 2019-ish year end review?
I put two quick tutorials together for anyone interested. I'll add more to this page if I make them. (Project brief below): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znPNzxPQCks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWYzaX1F3ak Brief: I was building out slowdanger's - empathy Machine show and needed a way to automate various visual changes over the 1hr+ performance. The beginning would trigger a preshow look … Continue reading Madmapper Qlab OSC tutorials.
Here is a link to the article I published for MadMapper's miniMAD little projection mapping tool. The MiniMAD is a powerful and compact projection mapping tool. With its ease of use and growing feature set, the MiniMAD may be desirable for your next project or... #hardware #madmapper #reviews Source: MadMapper MiniMAD Demo & Review - … Continue reading MadMapper MiniMAD Demo & Review
Another article released for a project that I was apart of this past June. 1st PMC, then Vice, and now the Guardian. Looking good. Artist Bill Shannon explores the gap between the artificial and what is real Source: The man in the digital mask | Technology | The Guardian
It's been a while since I have been able to post some of my projection mapping adventures, but this one with Lazercrunk was fun. You don't have to be local to appreciate an 8' tall projection mapped city skyline. 10 buildings, spanning 16' wide by 8' high across the stage. Here's an example of what … Continue reading Pittsburgh Skyline Projection Mapping Tutorial
Check out this new article I wrote for Projection Mapping Central Best Projection Mapping Softwares. Soon, I will be writing one for this blog that includes the top VJ softwares.
Animal Rescue League benefit. I'm excited to release this video that I edited from a benefit event that took place on March 20th, 2015 at Freeride Pittsburgh. The event was put on my Daily Bread in order to raise funds for the Animal rescue league. This design was a cool collaboration between Todd Keebs and … Continue reading ProjectileObjects + Todd Keebs + Daily Bread =
It's just a thought, but as I've heard from other in my field, it's no longer faux pas to switch from a Mac to PC, especially with the seemingly limitless capabilities of Touch Designer. I still think Mad Mapper & VDMX are amazing tools, but touch designer seems to be ready for just about anything. … Continue reading This is why I might start using Touch Designer
This was a cool experiment with myself and Todd, we cut and planned a large sized truck to projection map onto for a party we had the night before a monster truck show. All in all it went off fantastic. Here is a video highlighting the setup and event.
Eye Mix Ear, EXE, or EME... has been a dream of mine for quite some time now. The idea came about as I starred blankly at my friends spotify account playing music at his house party, without any visuals, the TV was just boring. I had it in my mind after seeing DJ's hold back … Continue reading New Year for EyeMixEar DJ VJ Live Mashups
The near conclusion of this year has been busy to say the least. What is normally a calm, cold, and tranquil time of the year has been replaced by action, warmer weather, and the start of an exciting event that will now be taking place in the heart of downtown Ft. Myers Florida each month. … Continue reading 1st Ever Ft. Myers Mystery Walk with Friends
October 1st 2014, kicked off with the VIA festival and ProjectileObjects was there to represent in a big way. We had two shows planned at the REX Theater in the Southside of Pittsburgh, PA. The first was on Thursday October 2nd with DeafHeaven, Liturgy, & Slices, the second show was on Saturday October 4th … Continue reading Video: VIA 2014 Deafheaven Liturgy Little People Yppah & Projectileobjects
Hello to all visualize-ees and visual-ities, this month is going to introduce a new turn for ProjectileObjects.com as I have decided to make more frequent updates, tutorials, posts, and reviews. To help support me in my constant struggle with social media procrastination I ask that you, like, follow, share, in anyway that you can this … Continue reading Tutorial: The easier way to projection map for advertisement on a building. Drink Pink Hard