Collaboration #3 is this mesmerizing 3D-projection mapping on the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Created by artist Gemma Smith and the Spinifex Group for the Vivid Festival at Sydney, Australia.
Kinect Tracer by Eric Brockmeyer and Jordan Parsons is a path mapping system which projects a graphic visualization of a user’s path on the ground behind and on top of them. The setup included a ceiling mounted projector, a 45 degree hanging mirror, two computers (Mac OS and Windows 7), and a Microsoft Kinect Sensor.
According to the Mayan calendar, the end of the world arrives on 21st of December 2012. In June of this year an outdoor event was held entitled “Revocation end of the World”. The whole event was opened by the water projection operatively called “Beginning”….Water projection created by Grzegorz Nowiński – animation in a nutshell, to introduce the audience to modern times.
Using cutting edge 3D Projection Mapping techniques on a small scale, never seen before; Vodafone bring you the Evolution of Mobile. From the Motorola ‘brick’ through to the first text message and colour screen, to GPS and Android. The question is: what’s next?
Enigmatica acts as an experimental platform for the combination of light, sound and space. A series of suspended frames diminish in size down the length of the gallery acting as a canvas for the display of surface specific projected visual sequences. Created by Kit Webster, a media installation artist and composer from Melbourne, Australia.