10 incredible examples of projection mapping

    by Nick Rockafellow on Aug 2, 2017 10:21:26 AM

    From NBA courts to the Sidney Opera House, mapped projections can transform almost any surface into a display. This means that companies can connect with audiences in a much more effective way than traditional signage. How do they create this incredible connection? By going beyond simple billboard or poster displays and incorporating high quality, moving 3D graphics, mapped projections can gain the attention over any potential viewer. Don’t just take our word for it! Here are ten amazing examples of mapped projections projects.

    1. O2’s Wear the Rose:

    Watch the world’s largest projection mapping project help celebrate the 2015 Rugby World Cup. With 68 projectors and more than 144 moving head light fixtures, it is said this show could be seen from space.


    2. Sydney Opera House:

    This one speaks for itself. Let us know what you think!


    3. Skullmapping’s Le Petit Chef:

    Imagine a restaurant where you can be entertained by the world’s smallest chef while you wait for your food to be prepared.


    4. Bot and Dolly Box:

    Projection mapping and robotics combine to create this mind blowing short film.


    5. “Ink Mapping”:

    Projection mapping on human bodies is a great way to advertise artists work or see a virtual tattoo on your body before making it permanent.


    6. Speed of Light aka The World’s Tiniest Police Chase: 

    Not only is this entertaining, but how awesome would this be in a waiting room? Goodbye boring magazines and hello high-speed police chase.


    7. The Tourist movie:

    Projection mapping is a great way to capture your audience's attention and advertise in the middle of a city


    8. Projection Mapped Makeup:

    Along with cool designs, many believe projection mapping for makeup may be the future of theatre- actors will never have to leave in between acts to change their makeup. 


    9. Insane Movie Experience:

    You'll never watch a movie or play video games the same way again with this type of mapped projection.


    10.  “As Above So Below” Manhattan:

    Bringing even more life to the city that never sleeps.


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