[NetBehaviour] This is really impressive

Joseph Gray josephgray at grauwald.com
Mon Jul 13 21:22:50 CEST 2009

there's a few methods for doing this stuff.  the easiest way to start out is
to set up a drawing program (like photoshop) in full screen on the projector
and use something like a wacom tablet to trace out different portions of
whatever object you're using.

This link is to one of my first experiments in this stuff, and I've tried to
explain how it was made a bit:


Recently I've been projecting 3D stuff onto the real stuff, the first step
was to do this on a cube.  Other folks have used this technique using more
complex objects as well:


again, take a look at that Vimeo group to get other ideas, HC Gilje has also
done some nice work in this and even created some software specifically for
the technique:


Hope that helps.


On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 9:00 AM, Ian Smith-Heisters <i at idiosyncra.tc> wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 1:28 AM, Olga<olga.panades at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks Pall and Joseph for these links!
> > I really like this stuff, but I only knew the work of AniVj, they do
> > really cool work. http://blog.antivj.com/2009/live-painting-shackleton
> > We actually got obsessed with some friends one afternoon trying to
> > figure out how they map the surface. We used flash and a projector.
> > Projecting onto the wall we drew very simple shapes on a few objects
> > that were there hanging.. It wasn't completely accurate but this is
> > the closest we got to using the technique.. Have any of you tried it?
> > Do you have any advise to share? :)
> >
> not sure AntiVJ is doing this, but perhaps the scrim they painted on
> is slightly transparent, the paint is slightly less transparent, and
> they rear-projected. Rear projection would also make it a lot easier
> to trace the painting.
> > Cheers!
> >
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