pixels             …everywhere.

Pixels everywhere… I mean all over.

by on Jul.05, 2011, under art, pixel mapping

My friend Geny Calosi  recently posted this article on the DailyDOOH site about interesting work being done by DrawLight .sculpture as a digital canvas

DrawLight has used projection-mapping to turn the entire surface of a life-sized sculpture by artist Rabarama into a digital canvas. This is beautiful work. The video shows more.

According to Geny, four projectors were used. The implications for digital light? The surface isn’t large, meaning fairly low cost projectors can be used. That means this medium can be —will soon be— explored by more and more artists. And that means we can expect to see many other real-world surfaces become affordable digital canvases in the near future.

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