The project “Jump” is focusing on mapped video projection with a strict reference to architectural structure. The house front has been rebuilt in a studio setting with a proportion of 1:1,4. The setup becomes a stage for artists and performers. Later the captured video content is projected on the building.
The video mapping projection D-Fuse staged on Jakarta History Museum's facade was the first of it's kind in Indonesia. Over 25 thousand people flooded Fatahillah Square to watch the event, which marked the launch of the British Council's Jakarta, Creative City! initiative.
D-Fuse collaborated with film maker Sakti Parantean, designer Adi Panuntun and photographer Feri Latief, in the spectacular makeover of the Old City’s most important heritage site.
The Video-Mapping projection traces the history of the area from ancient swamp, through colonial and revolutionary times, to imagining its future as Jakarta's new creative playground. Special thanks to Winda, Endro, Yudhi, Keith and the British Council, and Acho, UCUP, Saska, Tanti, Bambang, Budi, Bie. Paul Mumford, Toby Spark, Actop and liling Lu. Music and sound design by Static @ Unit 303
NuFormer was invited by an international organization to design and develop a demo of a 3D projection on a building in California, USA. The façade of this modest building turned into a middle-age wall, hiding and showing surrealistic elements. It also turned into an African jungle cabin and later into a US metrostation, even the whole building flipped over!
High standard 3D modeling and animation, skillful 2D compositing with eye for detail and supreme mapping. This projection was executed in August 2010.
Full production by NuFormer, in cooperation with Creative Technology USA.