Another great example of 3D Architectural Projection, this time across the harbor on to the Sydney Opera House. French artistic projection duo Thomas Chossan and Alex Mestrot of SUPERBIEN created 3D imagery featuring colourful interpretations of sea life which are then projected onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House by Sydney based projection company… Continue reading Sydney Opera House 3D Projection
A fantastic example of Architectural Projection with an added USP…its interactive. Watchers were invited to make noises into a nearby microphone with impressive results!
It doesnt get much better than this. Its a long one but its worth sticking with. It just gets better and better…
Another awesome 3d building projection show from Kharkov, Ukraine! Take a look: via
I love these 3D video projection projects. Ive posted some here before but this one is in a different league! Stunning work… via
Ive featured Building Projection projects a few times over at about:blank in the past. Ive always loved them but recently they have all tended to be a little samey….but this one is a little special if you ask me. The building collapse and the water effect just looks awesome! Its been completed by Netherlands based… Continue reading Top class building projection.
We featured some video projection videos back in January and it proved to be very popular. Heres an amazing example of video projection from a company called Urbanscreens. I would love the chance to see something like this live. I always find out about it after the event! via
I absolutely love this method of external projection. For those who havent come across this before, its a method of projection that beams images and film onto buildings giving a simulated 3D effect. The dragon segment and the wireframe segments are absolutely spectacular. via
Engineers at a university here in Wales, Bangor University, have created a device that provides broadband 100x faster than we can get today. The machine can download 15 films in under a minute. 15!! The new device works with the existing fibre optic technology and so there is no need to rip out the cabling… Continue reading Welsh boffins invent STUPIDLY SUPERFAST broadband.
Now thats pretty damn impressive… It was done using a mix of water projection screen techniques and some synchronized water fountains to give the splash effect at the end. It was all done to promote the new Japanese film “The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep”.More at the Tokyo Times via