This workshop is an introduction to the concepts and techniques to 3D projection mapping, or more commonly known as 3D Video Mapping.
In the first part of the workshop, we will explain what mapping is all about with some historical precedent of mapping and students will then be introduced to the various processes to carry out a 3D Architectural Video Mapping. Different techniques will be introduced and we will show different examples of work done with that particular technique. In this section participants will learn how to use various Paper Sculpture/Folding techniques.
The second part of the workshop will focus on learning how to map their sculptures with Madmapper, followed by creating simple animations using the built in animation tool in MadMapper.
We will end the workshop with a short presentation of works done by the participants, followed by a short sharing session of questions related to what they have experienced in the workshop.
Seating is limited to 9 students. Participants must be of at least high school age or older and those who own a Mac laptop are strongly encouraged to bring it to the workshop as it will be very useful. There are no prerequisite technological skills required. For questions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org