Between The Two Of These

Public installation by Brannon Dorsey and Pablo Gnecco features two projected digital forms which disintegrate when people pass by it, eventually reforming at opposite ends - video embedded below:

The installation employs infrared cameras to sense motion on location. Movement from the street causes fragmentation and destruction of the projected scene. Between the Two of These creates an active parallel between two present spaces. The constant de/reconstruction of digital representations is an entry point to themes of the temporality of memory and the poetic duality of virtual and physical space.

The figures were scanned with the 123D Catch iPhone app. Some were museum busts and some were friends, and family members.

The installation is part of The Window Project at the Digital Arts and Entertainment Lab (DAEL) in Atlanta, GA.
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Festival Visualia: 3D Mapping Night u Puli 17.08. http://www.gradpula.com/vijesti/festival-visualia-3d-mapping-night-u-puli-17-08/ #FestivalVisualia #Pula #Istra

MUSICA W FESTIVAL PROFORMA video mapping “Rutt etra effects”

video mapping Castellina 13-17 Agosto 2014
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Magic Hole. 3D Mapping Decoration. St-Peterburg. 2014.

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'Projections' by Mads Perch & Gemma Fletcher.

'Projections' by Mads Perch & Gemma Fletcher.

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So you wanna be a VJ? Check out these tips from an expert

So you wanna be a VJ? Check out these tips from an expert

Watch Dazzling Light Projections Captured Against A Malibu Backdrop
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Intercourses (2013)Installation view, 55th International Venice Biennale

Jesper Just

Intercourses (2013)
Installation view, 55th International Venice Biennale

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OMOTE – REAL TIME FACE TRACKING AND PROJECTION MAPPING

As someone who makes and breaks digital artefacts and has a vested interest in the future of projection mapping, this is out of this world!! Makes me so excited to learn about projection mapping, I think there are some seriously powerful applications RE: design futures and history of place.

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Omote: Real-time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping
“Project Omote is a collaboration between Japanese projection mapping specialist Nobumichi Asai, makeup artist Hiroto Kuwahara and French digital image engineer Paul Lacroix.”
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Omote: Real-time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping

“Project Omote is a collaboration between Japanese projection mapping specialist Nobumichi Asai, makeup artist Hiroto Kuwahara and French digital image engineer Paul Lacroix.”

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"Terminus" (2014) by artist Megan Mosholder

"Terminus" (2014) visualized Atlanta’s transportation past, present and future and New York City subway tunnels. It was a multi-media installation created from light, ribbon, string and video. Projection created by Pablo Gnecco, sound design by Adam Babar, armature construction by ExhibitCraft and photography by Steve Moraco. The audience was able to enter “Terminus” and traverse the artwork as if walking through a subway tunnel. This project considers what the city of Atlanta could become if their transportation issues were resolved. The piece was installed in Atlanta, Georgia at the Goat Farm Arts Center for the Hambidge Center of Creative Arts and Sciences Art Auction.
Testing open air projection with mayer+empl, Kaffeewerk Innstadt, Germany. —A. SUN

Testing open air projection with mayer+empl, Kaffeewerk Innstadt, Germany. A. SUN

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Videomapping complex objects “Lucemforma” escultura + producción multimedia, dummy escala 

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Peppermill’s video art inspires awe for artistry, technology 
When you walk through the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno, you see hundreds of television screens showing captivating, high-definition videos of exotic lands, local scenery, nature, wildlife and fashion.
Designed to create a visual journey, each living-art video is from a collection of 50,000-plus images owned by the resort. Yes, you read that right — all of the images are shot, edited, produced and managed by the Peppermill’s in-house media staff.
This concept of “living art” or “video art” is the brainchild of Joe Ness, the resort’s director of the Entertainment Electronics and Media Department.

Peppermill’s video art inspires awe for artistry, technology

When you walk through the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno, you see hundreds of television screens showing captivating, high-definition videos of exotic lands, local scenery, nature, wildlife and fashion.

Designed to create a visual journey, each living-art video is from a collection of 50,000-plus images owned by the resort. Yes, you read that right — all of the images are shot, edited, produced and managed by the Peppermill’s in-house media staff.

This concept of “living art” or “video art” is the brainchild of Joe Ness, the resort’s director of the Entertainment Electronics and Media Department.