‘Pyramid Cascades’ by Ostrario – Projection mapping meets BallDroppings

Created by Ostrario, "Pyramid Cascades" is a collection of 3D-objects made of polystyrene and paper, mounted on servo-motors build the projection surface for a beamer. Virtual 2D-pyramids are mapped on these real objects. Via a trackpad the user can interact with the installation. By moving the finger on the trackpad from left to right or vice versa, the real pyramids and the virtual pyramids rotate simultaneously, which creates an illusion of glowing pyramids.

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