An incredible installation by Tokyo-based artist Nobumichi Asai. “Kagami” (or “mirror”) scans a participant’s face and uses roughly 5,000 motorized rods to create a 3D replica. More images and video below!
Designer Greg Barth developed an effective technique for his installation for Chromatic 2015 at La cite Mode et Design, in Paris. First he froze the action of swinging a ping pong paddle, and broke it up into a series of objects hanging in space, then he brought the action to life using a projector mapped to each object.
Watch the video below.
Nobumichi Asai and a team of digital designers and make-up artists have created a pretty amazing piece of technology. Through the use of face tracking and projection mapping a models face can be altered in real-time! This would be incredible for live performances. Watch the video below.
A beautiful installation by Sougwen. Projected light is mapped on to the surface of a drawing, revealing and obscuring different parts of it. This piece was shown recently at “Of Art and Artifice” hosted by Ghostly International, at The Art Directors Club Gallery in NYC. Watch the video below!