Face Hacking

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Neues Video von „Omote„, dem Echtzeit-Gesichtserkennung und 3D-Projektion Mapping Projekt von Medien-Künstler Nobumichi Asai, Maskenbildner Hiroto Kuwahara und Digital Designer Paul Lacroix. Sie nennen das Ganze mittlerweile „Face Hacking“ – vollkommen zurecht, wie ich finde.


YouTube:Face Hacking / Real-Time Face Tracking & 3D Projection Mapping (via Booooooom)

Dancing House – Gebäude per interaktivem Projection Mapping tanzen lassen

Klaus Obermaier hat mal wieder ein Haus zum Tanzen gebracht. Sein interaktives Projection Mapping reagiert dabei auf Bewegungen – das Haus rocken, im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes…


YouTube: Dancing House, Košice (via prosthetic knowledge)

Since 1998 Klaus Obermaier works with projection mapping, most notably not only on static objects like buildings but also on moving bodies (Apparition, Vivisector, D.A.V.E. …).

Interactive projection mapping goes beyond the passive reception, the sheer amazement, by creating an immersive and communicative experience. Only through the active participation of the visitors, through their playful use, the artwork comes alive. Passive recipients turn into creative players.

In Dancing House the users are called upon to move, to jump, and thereby – as indicated in the title – bringing the building and themselves to dance.

Low-Tech 3D Projection Mapping Musikvideo


YouTube: Avicii – Wake Me Up – Conte Remix (via Seitvertreib)

Jack Conte hat in seinem Heimstudio mit ein wenig Pappe, Styropor und einem Projektor ein ziemlich charmantes Low-Tech 3D Projection Mapping Video zu seinem Remix von Avicii’s „Wake Me Up“  produziert.

This is a 3D projection mapping music video for my remix of Avicii’s Wake Me Up. I used Final Cut Pro 7 to line up all the images, and I built the 3D screens and surfaces out of foam core (the kind we used to use for science fair projects….). I didn’t use any custom software or non consumer products to make this video – the projection mapping was done empirically by lining up images on foam core board and then cutting the board down to the appropriate sizes – no math or algorithms or projection mapping software.