Archivo de la etiqueta: Mapping

Bookmarks Awards 2012 (documentary)

Lucan Visuals take it to the big stage with awesome visuals mapped to an amazing stage design.

A behind the scenes look at setting up the large scale projection mapping installation at the Bookmarks Awards 2012.

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Mapping Festival 2012 /// Report

Directing & Editing: Fabien Jupille
Camera: Fabien Jupille & Linda Cavaliero
Additional Camera: Jean Baptiste Bouleau
Soundtrack: courtesy of Discodeine /// Yelle La Musique, Discodeine Remix

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Avenida Pixel by Invasion Lab

Avenida Pixel by Invasion Lab

Conceived as a collective, “Invasion lab.” is collaborative group of friends, full of energy, that creates things that we love. This time, we decided to create an intervention in the walls and spaces of Bogota City in Colombia. Inspired by the idea of  “Invade the city,” we projected classic icons of our childhood, like Space Invaders and Psychedelic Squirrels (the Banner & Flappy cartoon), running over the city walls. We also displayed iconic symbols expressing opposition to violence and social problems, created by renowned graffiti Colombian artist “JuegaSiempre” (PlayAlways). Sigue leyendo

Kubix – projection mapping stage sculpture

Kubix – projection mapping stage sculpture

First showcased at Hackney Downs Studios, London, for Ostgut Ton label showcase, run by Electric Minds and A Bunch Of Cuts.

And again at Land Of Kings Festival in Dalston, London.

It was built using 161 7″ polystyrene cubes, extruded on a 16ft x 7ft poly back board.

Model was built to scale in 3D & mapped with Resolume Arena and IRMapio

This was a collaborative project between Rebel Overlay and blinkinLAB.

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vía KUBIX – PROJECTION MAPPING STAGE SCULPTURE on Vimeo.

SWEATSHOPPE – Video Painting Europe

SWEATSHOPPE – Video Painting Europe

New media art duo SWEATSHOPPE aka Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy are back from Europe with a new video that showcases their live interactive video wheatpaste in Berlin, Bristol, Belgrade, London and Paris. Over a two week period the duo pasted their videos in over 10 spots including the Berlin Wall, Les Invalides, Cordy House and even constructed a 5 meter telescopic electronic paint roller to create a two-story tall video painting in Bristol.

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