More mapping… We've listed a further five applications showing how projection mapping can effectively transform just about anything, whether it’s spacecraft, signs, sports arenas or a 600 year-old landmark!
- On a space shuttle
- On an antenna
- On a court
- On a mannequin
- On a medieval tower
on a space shuttle
The California Science Center is home to the space shuttle Endeavour, the NASA veteran of 25 missions. It is also currently the venue for a spectacular exhibition titled “King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh.” For the center’s annual fundraising gala, BARTKRESA studio and tech partners WorldStage united both elements in a grandiose mapping which turned the iconic orbiter into King Tut’s bejewelled sarcophagus. A Dataton WATCHOUT system was teamed with six Panasonic projectors for the event.
Video: Projection mapping Endeavour, BARTKRESA studio on Vimeo
On An antenna
And on the subject of space… Parc du Radôme showcases the antenna used for the first-ever satellite TV transmission back in 1962 (between France and the US). An impressive structure in its own right, the Pleumeur-Bodou antenna has been enhanced with mapping using four projectors covering 54 meters, programmed in WATCHOUT.
Video: PB1 antenna mapping, Pulsart Vidéo on Vimeo
ON a court
Futsal is a modified form of soccer, played indoors with a five-strong team. For the finals of the National Futsal Cup in Portugal, Grandpa’s Lab mapped the indoor arena, turning the court into an urban landscape, a giant timepiece, and a futuristic game course – creating an eye-popping experience for futsal fans!
See more: Final Taça Futsal mapping, Grandpa’s Lab on Facebook
On a MANNEQUIN
During New York Fashion Week in 2018, projector manufacturer Epson showcased an interactive video-mapping display. The display, part of the company's digital couture initiative, allowed users to select the look on the mannequins from an iPad.
Mapping by Allumage using Dataton WATCHOUT.
On a medieval tower
The landmark Galata Tower in Istanbul dates from the mid-1300s. With its light stone walls, and a great viewing location, the tower is a prime mapping object.
The most recent display, in April 2018, was part of the Istanbul Youth Festival and combined playful elements such as tumbling balls, video game themes and a bubbly soundtrack. The display used WATCHOUT multi-display software and eight Christie 20,000 ANSI lumens projectors. Technical solution by Visio-Vox with content created by Cream Studio.
Video: Galata Tower mapping, Visio-Vox on Vimeo
Photos: Grandpa's Lab, Allumage, Nadine Froger Photography/BKS