Kinect by Xbox 360 is a unique piece of technology and it seems it is doing much better in the hands of designers and programmers as their mediocre line-up of games. One particular project is by New Zealand-based company called Assembly where they gathered musicians, programmers and artists to make The V Motion Project. Using 2 Kinect devices and a whole load of programming, they made a man play music through a projected video that both ...

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What you are about to witness is for sure amazing as we are posting about it yet it is more than so as it is a leap ahead in technology. This video features a man painting on walls, only he is not using actual paint, he is painting with video feed from the projector and as soon as you think you can figure it out, I am sure you were not expecting what you will witness. Each ...

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“Great Films fill rooms” is Sony’s slogan for its growing video store and that alone is really clever. As a way to implement this slogan and actually visualize it, Sony commissioned UK-Based design firm Flat-e Collective to do something that really immerses the viewer, and they did! All the videos were shot in real-time and contain no post-production, everything you see happened on the spot. The room is completely white, the videos are projected onto the ...

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On November 28, 2011, Nokia showcased its newest Windows powered phone through a large canvas on the Millbank Tower in London. The projection was one of the largest I have seen with 16 powerful projectors beaming their lights from 300 meters away and to add a bit of sugar on the whole production, Deadmau5 Dj-ayed along for the very large crowd. The projection art itself is quite good but we’ve seen much better ones in ...

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