Piter KIT is an annual student film contest hosted by Saint Petersburg Film and Television University. KIT is the acronym for “Kino I Televidenia” (Film and TV) and sounds the same as a “whale” in Russian. So KIT=Whale which correspondingly is the closest project visual.
On the 25th of October Saint Petersburg Film and Television University hosted the Opening Ceremony of Student Film Contest PiterKIT 2013. Quite Multimedia produced an indoor object mapping projection to decorate the venue in a digital way. We constructed the stylized whale of some polygonal cardboard forms and mapped it with generative graphics, some visual effects and several cuts of students films. The installation was a success as many of invited Russian movie stars made photos in front of the whale admitting that digital decorations are the future of cinema and theatre.
The installation: Quite Multimedia
Construction: Alexander Boronin
Management: Alexander Kulikov
Idea, programming and implementation: Kirill Panteev, Oleg Rytov