Classic projection mapping using architecture as a canvas for art. The brilliant execution of this show allows for an impression of the opportunities offered by this technology. Static surfaces can be reshaped with light.
Pre-generated projection combined with live singing performance re-creating scenes from the original animation movie, resulting in a smooth visual “interaction” between the actress and the computer graphics on a theatre stage.
Passage leading towards Stadsmuseum Norrkoping has large displays of old factory pictures. If the reality is enhanced by cranking sounds of factory tools, digital graphics as short movie clips activated on interaction within close proximity, projected pattern appears and form illuminated floral scroll. Factory chimney blows puff of smoke cloud as visitor interacts within the zone.
A camera monitors a section of a greenhouse and feeds the images to a system capable of determining if the plants are healthy or not. Currently there are for example sensors to automatically tell if the plants are too dry but this takes in the whole plants' appearance, including diseased leaves etc. If a section is deemed to have unhealthy plants, the light changes in that area to make the caretakers aware of the problem without having to go look at a terminal or getting intrusive alerts.
A 250 m long, 30 m wide screen is placed at the center of the shopping mall. It serves several purposes at the same time; architectural concept binding the space together with entertainment, information, and illumination elements.
The use of the light balloons helps to redraw and help us imagine history for those of us who were never able to see it. These light balloons in a way help create a design space through the whole city that can experienced different ways from different places. For instance the experience and scale of the space would be thought of differently from a viewer from an airplane window and also someone walking through the streets.