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Transcript of Urban Projections
all started off back in 1969 when Disney
opened their Haunted Mansion ride and used fake disembodied heads as objects which had 16mm film projected onto them to make them look real through optical illusions. -Also known as projection mapping or video mapping, urban projections is simply a projection technology used to turn various objects such as buildings into a video screen. Definition Resources Formed in 2002 by Michelle and Bryan Dodson
In 2009 they began focusing on video mapped projection installations using multiple projectors. Integrated Visions Productions Urban Projections By William Berry I I Works Cited Christie is a global visual technologies company. Since 1979 when they got into professional projection systems they established a reputation for a variety of display technologies and large cinemas.
http://www.christiedigital.com/en-us/business/solutions/projection-mapping/pages/default.aspx Christie "Business Units." Projection Mapping. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2013. <http://www.christiedigital.com/en-us/business/solutions/projection-mapping/pages/default.aspx>.
"Grilosodes - Urban Projections - Ep 8." YouTube. YouTube, 12 Apr. 2013. Web. 1 May 2013. <
"Ibnu Ambara's Blog." Ibnu Ambaras Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2013. <http://ibnuambara.com/projects/projection-mapping/>.
"Mission and Artist Statement." Integrated Visions. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2013. <http://www.integratedvisions.net/mission.html>. How is it done? Ibnu Ambara Ibnu is a multimedia student at Malaysia's private institution, Multimedia University.
Recently he should that projection mapping can be does not have to be limited to just buildings and city structures. For small productions a projector with a basic 5600 lumens will work. Larger productions will need a projector with up to 20,000 lumens such as on city skyscrapers. Once an object to project on is chosen a virtual replica usually needs to be made. Once the images and object have been chosen, the virtual model of the projection surface is created on the computer using special programs. The next step is defined as "masking", which is using templates to actually "mask" the exact shapes of various elements on the building or object. Coordinates need to be defined for where the object is placed in relation to the projector. Finally the xyz orientation and lens position and specification of the projector need to be done.