At LDI2017, the Projection Mapping Summit took visual design and technology to a new level. Learn the art of projection mapping and its applications in live performance, public art, corporate events, and architecture.
Topics include content creation and delivery, pre-production imaging including laser scanning and models; systems and process, establishing system requirements based upon needs of event or production; support of the content and production or art program; determining the equipment requirements and client interface; plus case studies of projects by leading designers and production companies.
Founder and director of the Winston-Salem Light Project and the director of lighting at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Norman Coates moderates this opening discussion at the Projection Mapping Summit with a panel discussion about projection mapping and its various ways to accomplish project objectives. Speakers include TJ Donoghue from Worldstage; media server programmer, sequencing artist, and engineer Michael Kohler; assistant professor of Media Design for Live Performance and Installation at The Ohio State University, Alex Oliszewski; and Daniel Fine, artist, scholar, and technologist working in immersive, responsive, mediated environments for interactive users, audiences and performance.
Stay tuned for more videos from the Projection Mapping Summit, from Watchout to Pandoras Box!