Videomapping in Budapest

13 02 2012

Videomapping is a projection technique that can create a dynamic video display on any surface or plane.  Specialized software is required to make the projected image fit on an indicated object, whether it is a wall or building facade.  A video projection group known as Bordos.ArtWorks has created several awesome videomapping projects around the world, including in BUDAPEST.  Here are a few videos of their work in the Hungarian capital:

This first videomapping takes place outside the Gerbeaud Cafe, mentioned in the previous post

 

The second video takes place outside the Hungarian Palace of Arts

 

This video was displayed at the Railway Historical Park

 

This video was shown at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

These last two videos took place at the Hungarian National Gallery located in the Buda Castle complex

 

Here a few websites dedicated to videomapping, including that of Bordos.ArtWorks:

http://bordos.eu/

http://videomapping.org/?page_id=2

http://videomapping.tumblr.com/

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