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Project MappingRDTosolini Productions

[R&D] MP and Projection Mapping5150

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Projection Mapping is the art of using projectors to map light onto any surface, turning common 3D objects into interactive displays. We recently developed a prototype for Microsoft Production Studios, where we combined projection mapping with interactive elements detected by a Kinect v2 sensor.
Users can trigger music visualization, virtual tours (in the form of MP screen captures) and company presentations with a simple touch on projected buttons.

Developed using video mapping software FaçadeSignage and TouchMyBrand by Tabula Natural Interfaces (http://www.tabulatouch.eu).
Credits: Amber Fusaro, Carly Jean Kienow, Thomas Le, Michael Gelon, Stefano Baraldi and Dan Orme.

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Getting real interesting. I recall visiting places like Hard Rock cafe or a night club where you could touch a surface to make things appear. But now that could move into a Matterport tour to maneuver around? Trippy.
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@vtlv For the MP tour we just used a screencast of a walk-through. The Kinect projection mapping tool doesn't integrate smoothly with a live browser. But technically it could be done
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As I have a long background on live visuals and projection mapping it´s great to see such a project.
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