Projection Mapping – Catan/D&D
This projection mapping piece brings together tabletop gaming and projection mapping.This not only creates a more immersive enronment for players, it also provides tools for gamers, such as using real time tracking to calculate a character’s line of sight. (Sodhi, 2018)
By Joseph Gray, 2009
Video: Crystalline Chlorophyll (Gray, 2009)
Crystalline Chlorophyll is an interactive sculpture that reacts to people in the space around it. During the course of an exhibition, the sculpture tracks motion in the room and transforms from an icy blue to a natural green.
The sculpture is built from card stock, but was originally designed in blender. The colour changing effects are achieved by two ceiling-mounted video projectors. (Gray, 2014)
Gray, J. (2009). Crystalline Chlorophyll. Available at: https://vimeo.com/6886025 [Accessed 31 Jan. 2018].
Gray, J. (2014). Crystalline Chlorophyll. [online] Grauwald Creative. Available at: http://grauwald.com/art/crystallinechlorophyll/ [Accessed 31 Jan. 2018].
Projection Mapping Central (2018). D&D Projection mapping. [image] Available at: http://projection-mapping.org/dungeons-dragons-projection-mapping/ [Accessed 31 Jan. 2018].
Sodhi, R. (2018). Dungeons & Dragons and Settlers of Catan with Projection Mapping -…. [online] Projection Mapping Central. Available at: http://projection-mapping.org/dungeons-dragons-projection-mapping/ [Accessed 31 Jan. 2018].