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Projecting Virtual Tours on big walls868

Tosolini
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Today I had the opportunity to access an infinity wall (aka Cyclorama wall) at Microsoft Production Studios.




Armed with two projectors, a laptop and a wireless Xbox controller, we wanted to create an immersive experience that more than one people could enjoy at the same time.

Here is a short video of our test:



What did we use?

- Windows Laptop
- Projector 1 connected to VGA port.
- Projector 2 connected to USB port through a USB to VGA adapter.
- Virtual tour stretched to extended screen
- Wireless Xbox 360 controller (requires wireless receiver)
- Mapped controller keys to mouse / keyboard (For PC, use mapping software JoytoKey; several online tutorials available on how to use an Xbox 360 controller as mouse or keyboard)

In future experiments, we plan to use third party projection mapping software to eliminate the browser frame and warp the image to make it more linear.

Special credits to my designers Rui Liu and Mengya Zhang.

What do you think?
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tradetickers private msg quote post Address this user
very cool. nice job.
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cdpmedia private msg quote post Address this user
Hi @tosolini
I use Mapmapper for all my large scale 3D mapping (sides of buildings etc), its a fantastic product.
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cdpmedia private msg quote post Address this user
Sorry typo
www.madmapper.com
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Tosolini
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Tosolini private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks @cdpmedia, I'll take a look at MadMapper. I've also used with success Facade Signage (http://www.videomappingsoftware.com/). Combining 3D tours and projection mapping is quite fascinating.
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@Tosolini

WOW! WOW! WOW!

Thanks for sharing.

Dan
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DaveFahrny private msg quote post Address this user
Awesome thanks form sharing.
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