VVVV + MapTools / projection mapping workshop at MadLab Manchester

Come with us, and learn how to project onto buildings, branches and bullets.

We’ll be presenting and distributing some pre-release bits of MapTools, our open source projection mapping toolkit. Our aim is to revolutionise (rather than simply facilitate) projection mapping as a technique. The full toolset is open source and contains features that are not publicly available today:

  • MapTools-Remote: Remote control mapping for accurate and speedy mapping. Quicker and more accurate by a factor of 10x.
  • MapTools-Pade: True 3D geometry mapping (still distorting 2D shapes onto things? you’re missing out!). We present our own Padé system which produces the quickest and most accurate 3D projection calibration out of all tools available.
  • MapTools-SL : Advanced structured light techniques which we’ve been working on and had published for the last 2 years supporting true 3D scanning working with a range of cameras and operating systems.
The main part of the workshop will be covering VVVV essentials, and then move onto using MapTools on that platform.
Some details on MapTools are available on Create Digital Motion.
For more workshop details, check here

One Response to “VVVV + MapTools / projection mapping workshop at MadLab Manchester”

  1. Dennis Says:

    How do I get started to explore how to do some projection mapping. Dying to learn.


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