Projection Mapping Explorations

Sagar, Saahil and Remedios, Delwyn (2019) Projection Mapping Explorations. Masters thesis, Indian institute of technology Hyderabad.


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Recent developments in video making and new ways of expressing in the form of the film have given more possibilities to creative people. Techniques like projection mapping, VR, AR, etc. are making room for themselves in a wide range of application like gaming, entertainment, and education. These techniques aid us in finding new ways of illustrating creative audio-visual works and on any of the other surfaces instead of the screen. Video Mapping/ projection mapping is one of the latest video projection techniques that is used to turn almost any dead surface into a dynamic video display. Video mapping aims to create a physical illusion of images by combining audio-visual elements. Earlier, most of the video mapping projects used by artists in concerts, fashion shows, dramas, etc. Lately, video mapping technique comes as new technology when it started using by artists on sculptures, monuments, public spaces, clubs, schools, live events, etc. The project is an exploration of the technique to understand how the nature of surface matters in the projection and what are the challenges of projection mapping After experimenting all the possibilities of surfaces in IIT Hyderabad the façade of the academic building was chosen to work on. In this building, hundreds of students and faculties come together regularly and work in their respective fields. Being an academic building, it represents all those peoples working spaces. That is why working on a building like this became the idea of working on a theme like sci-fi and technology

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Remedios, DelwynUNSPECIFIED
Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Projection, Surface, Mapping
Subjects: Arts > Design
Divisions: Department of Design
Depositing User: Team Library
Date Deposited: 19 Jul 2019 06:50
Last Modified: 19 Jul 2019 06:50
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