About the event
Projection mapping, also known as video mapping or spatial augmented reality, is a cutting-edge technology that allows for the projection of digital content onto physical objects or surfaces, creating an immersive and dynamic visual experience. Unlike traditional projection methods that rely on a flat screen, projection mapping enables visuals to be precisely aligned with the contours, shapes, and dimensions of any three-dimensional object. This workshop is suitable for artists, designers, architects, multimedia enthusiasts, event planners, and anyone interested in exploring the creative potential of projection mapping. No prior experience in projection mapping is required, making it accessible to beginners and those with some prior knowledge.
About the speakers
AJ Hurtado, is TXI's Teaching Assistant! He will be leading our last workshop of the semester.
Start Date: November 16 @ 5:30pm
End Date: November 16 @ 6:30pm
Event Categories: Training
Location: Texas Immersive Institute - Immersive Lab (CMA 6.154)
Target audience: Faculty , General Public , Staff , Students