I've had this on my to do list for a few months now. This is in response to the massive LED cloud that was build for path.OS immersive in November 2019 ( video here ). The process is simple... Use a hot glue gun to attach polyfil or some kind of "cloud-like" stuffing around a … Continue reading DIY LED Clouds
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 wrote an article and put it on Medium to see if it could reach a broader audience. If you're looking for some good ways to manage lots of media, videos, hard drives, etc. check out this write-up with links. Data management for Video editors and digital professionals. Catalog/Archive/Clone
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.
https://youtu.be/iIF3y26xDzc A project popped up with my friend Pandemic Pete. Los Mirlos ( "Blackbirds") is a Peruvian cumbia band on their first USA tour. Pete wanted to give them something special -- and 3D. This seemed like another perfect project to collaborate with Char Stiles on. Pete wanted palm trees, blackbirds, and fireworks. And instead … Continue reading Making Anaglyphic VJ content w/ Unity and Char Stiles
Here's an article with a DIY method for creating automated projection mapping installations. Projection mapping installations are cool. Here's a DIY method for automating your own... #projectionmapping #installation #projectileobjects #minimad @Pro_Objects #automation #howto Source: DIY: Automated projection mapping installation. PMC
I’ve been contributing to projection-mapping.org more frequently than my own blog and it has been some time since I last posted an update. For me, it’s a good problem to have, I’ve been busy… Over the last 2 years I’ve been piling up a collection of unedited videos from a slew of projects that I’ve had … Continue reading Update and EspressoAMano open projection mapping project.
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
Here is a new review I created for the PocketVJ, read the complete story here.Remember our review of the MadMapper MiniMAD? .. #hardware #pocketvj #reviews Source: PocketVJ Open-source Raspberry Pi Projection Mapping tool and more! - Projection Mapping Central
A promo video I made for an upcoming party I'll be VJing at. Excited for the nihilist dance party. More info on Facebook or at http://pghabides.com/ See you there.
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