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.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOsSOCJr9uU Its been a while since I've a moment to blog and even longer since the first OMG parties, including our infamous U-Haul Dance Party (<-Video / Blog Post <-). So we did it again, but this time we had a tunnel dance party. <- Why not?. The video was quickly put together as a recap and … Continue reading OMG 5 Tunnel Party Uploading to Youtube vs Facebook
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
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
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
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
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.
Wow it's almost been a full year since the Together Boston music festival held their VJ competition. Here's my article from back then after returning from what was a awesome experience. ( Together Boston 2014 ) It is with that and this that I am excited to announce that they are doing it again!!! Since … Continue reading Together Boston 2015 VJ Competition