As AR (Augmented Reality) is emerging, art will find new territories in the public space for those who are willing to see it. e.g. Graffiti paintings, which in most cases are considered an illegal act can be viewed in various environments without bothering people who don’t appreciate it.
This video presents nine dynamic paintings in three different contexts: Urban, Organic and Nature.
PROJEKTIL created an interactive augmented reality installation, a by 5 projectors recorded architectural model in scale 1 : 200. On the model can be shown various simulations (nightlife, sun and shadow, etc.), and also information (use zones, green areas, transport etc.) . Not only the mapped model projection is controlled interactivly by an ipad, but the whole space, which includes 44 dimmable dali lamps, 6 DMX lamps, 9 beamers, a touchscreen and the audio system.”
1 architecture model scale 1 : 200
9 full HD beamers
5000 vertices to set
40+ different animations and stills
44 dimmable dali lamps
6 DMX lamps
room ambiance and model interaction via iPad
all communications based on OpenSoundControl protocol
MeshWarpServer for realtime-meshwarping
MaxMSP/Jitter for interaction control and video player
python script for device control via rs232
all modeling, animation and rendering with Blender
AntiVJ is a visual label initiated by European-based artists whose work is focused on the use of projected light and its influence on our perception.
Clearly stepping away from standard setups & techniques, AntiVJ presents live performances and installations where projection on volume, visual mapping, tracking and augmented reality, stereoscopy and holographic illusion are providing to the audience a senses challenging experience.
AntiVJ teaser featuring recent projects by Aalto, crustea, Emovie and Lego_man:
Performer: Bora T.
Concept / Idea: Büro Achter April
Director: Moritz Reichartz
Artdirection: Michael Fragstein
DoP: Julia Schlingmann
Lighting technician: Anna Göhrig, Benjamin Wieg
Stylist: Ulé Barcelos
Editor / Animation / Compositing: Moritz Reichartz
Sounddesign: Marc Fragstein
Producer: Turan Tehrani
Kindly supported by WALL AG
A strange man builds a world using holographic tools for the woman he loves.
This award-winning short was created by filmmaker Bruce Branit (branit.com), widely known as the co-creator of '405'. World Builder was shot in a single day followed by about 2 years of post-production.