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Bot & Dolly: Box

“Box,” a new short film/performance from design and engineering studio Bot & Dolly produced in association with The Creators Project, takes projection mapping, well — out of the box.

Just to make sure you understand what you’re seeing: The above video is documentation of a live performance. I’ve been assured there was no compositing in post-production. It’s all live.

Bot & Dolly calls their combination of robotic arms and projection mapping a “kinematic projection platform.”

Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Creative Director at Bot & Dolly explains the setup: “Through large-scale robotics, projection mapping and software engineering, audiences will witness the trompe l’oeil effect pushed to new boundaries.”

For the animated content, Bot & Dolly brought on none other than Bradley G Munkowitz, no stranger to Motionographer. His trademark attention to detail is on full display in every frame of the project.

Update: I neglected to give props to the outstanding work on the music and sound design from Keith Ruggiero/Sounds Red. Without audio, there’d be little motivation for the performance.

Interview coming soon…

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Obscura Digital: Emergence at the Exploratorium


At nightfall on April 17th and 18th, 2013, Obscura Digital transforms San Francisco’s Pier 15 with a projection mapping extravaganza. We’ve seen a lot of projection mapping at Motionographer, but this one stands out because of its non-computer generated assets.

Obscura designed and fabricated ten replicas of the Exploratorium’s façade, ranging in size from large terrariums to microscope slides, to contain unique experiments involving fluid dynamics, microorganisms, particle interactions, living systems, crystallization, and growth in time lapse. Documented in ultra high-definition video, these compelling natural subjects are projection mapped back on the surface of the building, creating the illusion of being contained within its structure.

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BKYC & Théoriz crew: Extrapolis


BKYC and Théoriz crew combine traditional drawing with interactive animations in the pulsing landscape of Extrapolis.

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Les Courtisans for Louis Vuitton

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Les Courtisans tour the history of Louis Vuitton’s trunk designs via eye-popping projection mapping.

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Amon Tobin ISAM 2.0 – Leviathan

Chicago-based studio Leviathan crafts a creative projection-mapped piece to provide an immersive stage experience for Amon Tobin’s ISAM 2.0 tour.  Check out the making of video here.

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The Macula: “Archifon”

The Macula, a Prague-based studio, uses projection mapping to turn the Olomouc Baroque Chapel into a giant musical instrument. Visitors use laser pointers to activate music and animation. The installation even includes a programmable drum machine. Very cool!

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