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.
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
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
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
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