BUILDING PROJECTION MAPPING
See 3D projection mapping
The projection contents are specifically selected for and adapted to the spherical shape. The spatial depth of the sphere often triggers the association with space and planet. The sphere projection is also available with one projector as well as 360 ° screening from all sides, thus creating a perfect optical illusion of a floating celestial body.
Domes are sophisticated and attractive design surfaces for projections. Interesting possibilities for the visual stimulation of the viewer are given by selecting special lenses and by adjusting the projection content. A room with a dome projection appears as if it was opened to the top - a perceived section of sky makes the thoughts of the viewer wander into unknown horizons.
Fog as a projection surface provides a mystical projection experience for the viewer. The finest water droplets are moved by wind and gravity and create a varied three-dimensionality and visibility of the projection that is constantly changing. The possibility to cross a screen of fog is one more fascinating aspect for the viewer.
VEHICLE PROJECTION MAPPING
A vehicle as a projection object offers optimum possibilities of optical illusion. By projecting dynamic image content, the vehicle appears to move, even different weather scenarios (rain, wind, sun) and the advantages of a vehicle can be displayed ideally on the vehicle`s surface.
FURNITURE PROJECTION MAPPING
The projection on furniture and furnishings may, in addition to the fascinating visual appearance, show the function, possible surface finishes and options. This way the furniture projection can acts as "configurator" with which the exhibitor can simulate all product variants at a presentation.
MONUMENT PROJECTION MAPPING
Monuments and memorials are highly attractive projection objects. The defined external appearance of a monument is maintained and screened with site-specific animations that temporarily give the monument a whole new look and can bring history to life.
Glossary // Projection Mapping
This projection technology creates three-dimensional effects on a surface and gives the viewer the impression of the projection surface and the projections shown would merge into a new entity.
A 3D model of an object is created, which reflects the exact dimensions of the building and positions of windows, tabs, etc.. Taking into account all features and characteristics of the object, video content is created.
This new technology makes it possible to project graphics, animations, photos not only on smooth surfaces but also on three-dimensional objects. A building becomes a screen. Or cars, wind turbines, furniture, bridges, etc. In combination with sound design, a 3D video projection mapping allows the fabulous world of optical illusions to occur, also known as “augmented reality”.