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Kimchi and Chips (Elliot Woods and Mimi Son) "483 Lines"

483 Lines is the latest installation by Seoul based studio Kimchi and Chips (Elliot Woods and Mimi Son) and is comprised of 483 nylon threads with projections calibrated in 3D to the 16m threads using Rulr, an open source node-based toolkit developed by the studio. 365 more words


Bamiyan Buddhas destroyed by Taliban reborn via Chinese couple, projection mapping

The giant stone Buddhas at Bamiyan were the tallest in the world at 55 and 38 meters (180 and 125 feet) in height. From their cliffside alcove, they watched a millennium and a half pass in Afghanistan, resisting the degenerative influence of time and the introduction of Islam, until religious fanaticism in the form of the Taliban and a great deal of explosives finally brought them down. 218 more words


Project Nimbus Reveals Why Cloud Laser Projection is One of the Greatest Spectacles

When Dave Lynch and collaborator Mike Nix took to the skies with the self-built zoopraxiscope laser it was to see the wonder of projecting moving images onto clouds. 265 more words


Waiting for your meal is so much more fun with a tiny, projection-mapped chef cooking for you

It’s no surprise that many celebrations and social gatherings center around food. Food is a big part of pretty much every country’s culture, and since many of us eat around three times a day, it makes sense to enjoy your grub in the company of friends or family. 206 more words


Vivid Sydney: Top 5 Light Experiences

With over 60 light attractions, it is safe to say there’s plenty to see and do at Vivid Sydney. Last week, I spent three jam-packed nights exploring Vivid Sydney. 967 more words

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Go Behind the Scenes of Disneyland Forever Fireworks Show

The Disney Parks Blog has posted this video of the entertainment team’s work to get the new projection mapping system ready for the “Disneyland Forever” fireworks show that debuts tomorrow night! 46 more words

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