Post your mapping videos

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Post your mapping videos

Post by Joris » Thu Oct 13, 2011 16:00

Whether you're using the nifty screen warping in Arena 4, or the good ole Keystone effects, this is the place to showcase your mapping skills!

To start you off, here's some good stuff by Onkel Tuca Visuals & 4youreye, for Chris Liebing.


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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by VJair » Thu Oct 13, 2011 16:06

nice vid :) all my best mapping projects of recent times havnt been with avenue unfortunately ( i assume they dont count ? )

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Post by vjsjarcie » Fri Oct 14, 2011 02:18

Just clicked an invisible "I Like" button... ;)

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by GeeEs » Mon Oct 17, 2011 14:17

I love the screen properties at the end of the vid! :mrgreen:

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by midiadub » Wed Oct 19, 2011 20:14

Hello,

here in São Paulo we´ve made a few mappings with avenue.. check it out


custom mapped screen for a jazz band


2 walls, column, ceiling with 1 15k barco

cheers!

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by VJair » Wed Oct 19, 2011 21:01

very cool. are you using the standard avenue plugins or something extra?

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by midiadub » Wed Oct 19, 2011 21:10

for the first one we used a lot of cinema 4d camera settings to try to match the projector lens. after that we found the perfect model to work with and then just a few tweaks in the keystone fx.

for the second one we had the cad file of the room, so we calculate the size of the surfaces in pixels/projector resolution/lens throw. Then again with the keystone fx we placed all the layers of each surface in its proper place.

Glad you like it!

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by grif » Mon Oct 31, 2011 22:34

midiadub,

could you clarify how the cinema4d/cad models were used in conjunction with resolume?

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by midiadub » Tue Nov 01, 2011 15:03

grif wrote:midiadub,

could you clarify how the cinema4d/cad models were used in conjunction with resolume?
Hi Grif,

Cad files are useful to get the measures from the architecture you want to map, if you don´t have the cad file you can always get the measures yourself with a laser measurer. With this measures you´re able to create the content with the right proportions with the software of your preference (C4d, AE, ...) that matchs the real architecture. Then with Resolume you´re able to rescale, rotate, keystone to place your content in it´s proper place.

In the first example whe made the screen ourselves and used our own projector so we could find the lens in cinema 4d that matched the projector lens, we render out lots of jpeg from cinema 4d with diferent camera lens and load it in resolume to see wich one was correct. Then we had the right model to work with, just textured and animated in cinema 4d, export our dxv loops and play with resolume!

Got it? Feel free to ask

Sorry for the long explanation, my English is quite limited!

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Re: Post your mapping videos

Post by metamind » Wed Nov 02, 2011 19:53

Here's a live visual mapping performance we made last Saturday for a Halloween event in Costa Rica:

http://gallery.thecreatorsproject.com/g ... us/2425862

Please let us know your questions or comments. We hope you enjoy it!

-"Keep those visuals on"-

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