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?
Update: If the content is pre-mapped (meaning, made in After Effects, Photoshop, MS Paint, etc.) and rendered out at the projector's native resolution. The Pi Zero works great as a standalone seamless video looper by simply embedding this code into the rc.local file. (I stored a video file on a usb flash drive and entitled it … Continue reading Raspberry pi zero projection mapping
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
***Video at the bottom if you'd like to skip*** Its been a while since I've had the time to blog, my entire year has been non-stop and before I could post my latest works I was already off to do something new. All in all, it has been a trip that I am thankful to … Continue reading The OMG Experiments – UHaul Dance Party
In June I helped bring a wearable projection mask to life. This article details the project as a whole and Bill Shannon's logic behind the piece. >>>>Click Here>>>>>Portable Projection Mapping Mask.
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 my latest projection mapping Q&A interview with the Giggle Group Based out of Bristol, U.K. PMC Interview Series: The Giggle Group - Bristol, U.K. - Projection Mapping Central.
Currently still in BETA and to be fully released by end of June 2015, the latest version of MadMapper 2.0 is awesome. Multiple Sources & Inputs mapped to different masks... Better over all performance, Retina Display 64 Bit, LED Scanner, Vector SVG to Lines Import, Support for AVFoundation which is the back end in OSX … Continue reading MadMapper 2.0 is Awesome
Today marks the beginning of a new interview series for Projection-Mapping.org. I wanted to highlight how each company has their own unique approach to projection mapping and spotlight some of the most talented groups around the world. First up in this series is URBANSCREEN. Click below to see my post. >>>PMC Interview Series: URBANSCREEN - … Continue reading PMC Interview Series: URBANSCREEN – Bremen, Germany – Projection Mapping Central
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 =
https://vimeo.com/122968869 JUSTSO - Fabergé at Harrods - Projection Mapping Central. JUSTSO Create One Of The World’s Most Complicated Interactive Projection Campaigns For Fabergé. JUSTSO was commissioned by Fabergé to create and develop their pre-Easter 2015 campaign. Stuart Henry, award-winning international window designer, conceived the idea of a virtual egg. Stuart with his team at JUSTSO visualised an … Continue reading JUSTSO – Fabergé at Harrods – Projection Mapping Central
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
6 Months after, thanks
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