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Real-time facial projection mapping:

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Projection mapped dress

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The tattoos of artists Eduardo Cavellucci and Igor Gama brought to life by Oskar & Gaspar:

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I’ve always been a fan of projection mapping, and always wanted to get the opportunity to use it at work, but it’s usually limited by having to do it in an area that it is easily mapped and has excellent light control (and, cost too, it definitely ain’t cheap).

German creative studio Urbanscreen solved the first two by projecting a 22-minute loop of digital animation onto the inside of an abandoned, 20,000 square meter gas tower with 21 high-powered Epson projectors:

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Projection mapping has been round for a while now, but it’s usually used to jazz up static surfaces. Combining the projection with the precision of robotic arms opens up the opportunity for absolutely stunning visuals:

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I’ve seen some great projection mapping before, but this is really brilliant. Clément Briend‘s tree projections work fantastically well. I’d love to try this out:

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Holy shit. An individual known only as “Cpak Ming” recently projected a ‘flash stencil’ of disappeared Chinese artist Ai Weiwei onto the side of the People’s Liberation Army barracks in Hong Kong. This man’s balls must be visible from space:

(lifted pretty much wholesale from The Daily What)

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