Projection Mapping Rules

Neon

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#1
Most people know about it from this video:


But along comes this and makes that other one look silly:

 

Hog's Big Ben

Getting ass-***** in The Octagon, brother.
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#2
That's pretty sick. I kept waiting for Tupac to show up.

YouTube wouldn't let me watch the first video on my iPad. Yet I could turn around and watch on my computer. Dear YouTube: stop being a cunt.
 

Atomic Fireball

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#3
To belabor the obvious what sells "Box" is that the imagery calculations are slaved to the position and rotation of the screens, as well as the position/rotation of the camera recording them, which is also motion-control gimbaled.

Which would imply that you couldn't provide such a spectacular performance to a live audience, where everyone is sitting in a different position.
 
#4
Wonder if they could revamp the Pink Floyd Laser Light Show with this?

Got Mesc?
 

Neon

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#5
To belabor the obvious what sells "Box" is that the imagery calculations are slaved to the position and rotation of the screens, as well as the position/rotation of the camera recording them, which is also motion-control gimbaled.

Which would imply that you couldn't provide such a spectacular performance to a live audience, where everyone is sitting in a different position.
They do it with static scenes for live audiences (as you can see in the first video and others like it on Youtube). I think only the motion of the screens is location-specific. Also, in the Box video they did some stuff you could only do with tracked camera motion (the round hallway part is a good example)

Look at this one. Clearly people are viewing it from multiple angles.

 
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