Watch fifty disco balls create a room full of beautiful static mapped out with 3D modeling | The Verge.
Kyle McDonald and Jonas Jongejan’s Light Leaks. Projectors shine on disco balls, and a camera maps where the reflections are in 3d, allowing them to program full-room projections.
How and what else.
I love the idea of breaking pixels apart. It’s like DLP smashed. Now, what if instead of mirrors you used prisms? Instead of discrete dots, how about smeared light, i.e. vectors?
The sound of your voice splattered on a wall with light, by Chevalvert, 2roqs, Polygraphik, and Splank. [If you can’t tell, those are names of French studios.]
A pretty visualization. I like the illusion of slowing audio down so that you can see it transmitted along a cable.
Watch lasers track bubbles to the beat of Daft Punk | The Verge.
I love that the simple addition of bubbles make this fully 3d, and with refraction.
Microsoft IllumiRoom is a coffee table projector designed for the next-generation Xbox | The Verge.
Still in R&D phase, but impressive. A Kinect maps your living room then a projector extends the video area of the game you’re playing. Nauseatingly immersive.
Something I’ve never seen done: projecting a responsive video on a Lycra screen. Smart.