LIVING CUBE

PROJECTION MAPPING INSTALLATION

Students used a large venue Panasonic projector, Resolume Arena and After Effects to create this installation. The assignment was to create a Living Cube based on elements such as fire, earth, water, wind, light. 

  

LALALAND concert  

COLLABORATION WITH THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT

Over 40 student collaborated in this event. 25 motion design students had to create abstract content using the different section of the song. Each had to design the motion and mood of the piece based on the tempo of the music. Advanced level students had to add audio reactive features to their pieces.

 

The music was divided into 5 different sections and each section had a color. The projection mapping students mapped out the stage and ceiling fans. They used an EPSON projector, Resolume Arena and After Effects to create this installation. The chorus had to time their singing to the projections thus is was a really fun and challenging experiment

IDEATHON  

COLLABORATION with PANASONIC

Students created a presentation at Cypress College's IDEATHON competition.You can read more about this competition sponsored by MODO lab here:

https://innovate.cypresscollege.edu 

They used a large venue Panasonic projector. Their project was an intergalactic and inter dimensional journey titled: The Universe Within and Without

Here is how the projections looked on the wall of the venue. The event was kicked off with our presentation. 

PEOPLE IN MOTION 

COLLABORATION WITH MUSIC, FINE ART, DANCE and THEATER

The theme of "Universe within and Without" was expanded with the celestial sweeping brooms, an art installation by Hellen Lessick. Projections were toned to fit the performance of both the dance ensemble and the narrator. 

CONNECTIONS

OUTDOOR PROJECTIONS

Students used two dell projectors, Resolume Arena and After Effects to create this projection. The challenge was to connect two projectors to one computer. The collaboration included several departments, such as Dance, Music, Photography and we also had the astronomy department contributing with large telescopes for star grazing. 

  

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