Projection Mapping

Stuart Ward

Fri, Feb 28, 2020
3pm—6pm
Sat, Feb 29, 2020
12pm—6pm

Create wild new perspectives by mapping your videos onto any surface with artist Stuart Ward.

 

Sign up: https://feb-projectionmapping.eventbrite.ca

 

9 hours total over 2 sessions // $143, or $100 with any VIVO Producer Membership (+GST) 

 

Extended subsidiy available for this workshop. See registration page for link to application.

  

This workshop also takes place at the end of January:
https://jan-projectionmapping.eventbrite.ca

 

Prerequisite: General computer literacy (e.g., saving files, facility with a mouse and keyboard). 

 

This workshop introduces you to projection mapping, allowing you to map your video content onto any architectural surface in the real world, even if it’s not flat! With projection mapping you can project a new skin onto common objects of any 3D shape, deconstructing and redefining them to create wild new perspectives for live performance or interactive installations.  

Learn different concepts and techniques through demonstration and hands-on application by doing exercises. Understand the challenges of different surface geometries and materials. Technical considerations will also be covered, including projector operation, outputting video from a Mac computer, media resolution, and editing using a simple media editor. As a group, the class will go through a series of instructions on basic use of software for the creation of dynamic video art, VJing, and projection mapping, including Modul8 and MadMapper. 

Expand your video ideas beyond the flat screen while transforming your visual environment! 

 

Session Dates
Session 1
Fri, Feb 28, 2020 3pm—6pm
Session 2
Sat, Feb 29, 2020 12pm—6pm
Instructor Profile

Stuart Ward

Specializing in live video performance, exhibition, and projection mapping, Stuart Ward has created installations for fashion shows, club nights, festivals and art spaces. His current artistic interests include 3D projection mapping and multi-sensory experience works, collaborating with musicians and other performers. In 2008, he founded Hfour, a multidisciplinary team of artists and designers who collaborate using video, light, code, architecture, and sound to create unique immersive installations for events, conferences, public spaces, festivals, and museums.