WALKPro3D | WALKABOUT Projection by PRICKIMAGE feat. PIKILIPTA
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"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Arthur C. Clarke
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WALKPro3D is the first of its kind, a small and mobile HD video projection system that can bring digital puppetry and 3D character performances to any location, as featured in ‘Don't Think’, the film of a live performance by The Chemical Brothers.
Manipulated by Leap Motion and Unity3D gaming engine using hand gesture. Hack public space with magically appearing objects, animals or ghostly bodies, bring a fun video game avatar to life, or create vivid and hallucinogenic animated graffiti art. Freeing visuals from the static screen in a way that surprises and delights the onlooker, opening fresh dialogue between environment, narrative and perception.
WALKPro3D works to stunning effect in events ranging from rock concerts to ballets; fashion presentations, DJ sets, and marketing, PR events, product launches, festivals, brand experiences, experiential marketing campaigns, performances, award shows, premieres or fundraisers
An ingenious and hypnotic form of puppetry, magic lantern and phantasmagoria for the digital age. These magic digital interventions generate an instant buzz of excitement in the crowd, encouraging selfies & sharing on social media.
3D characters: PIKILIPITA
camera & edit: Michele Cadei
music: 'Slow Dance HardTrax remix’
by Danny Rampling
with Steve Mac and Cevin Fisher
supported by Lotus Visual
Interactive elements developed in conjunction with Corey Baker Dance & Dr Dan Strutt with support from Arts Council England. Some content created for 'Kapa Haka Tale' by Corey Baker Dance.
RECENT CLIENT LIST:
On|Off Fashion Week
Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibition
Carphone Warehouse Awards Party
Wikimania by Wikipedia
D&AD Awards Party
Metro Newspaper Party
Great Ormond St Charity
International Music Summit Ibiza
The Chemical Brothers
MMEK - Universal Records
Genius Loci Weimar Festival
Noise of Art
Corey Baker Dance