The Wiremap is a project that builds digital 3d objects in real 3d space. To create digital 3d objects in real 3d space, a projector is placed in front of a custom designed projection surface made up of an array of vertical wires.
If you'd like to learn more about the project in general, you can do so at the Wiremap website
This instructable will show you how to build your own Wiremap from scratch.
Before we begin - let's just make sure that your computer system will run the programs that I've built. For windows users, download the following:http://wiremap.phedhex.com/instructable/wiremap_instructable_windows.zip
For mac & linux, download the following:http://wiremap.phedhex.com/instructable/wiremap_instructable_nonwin.zip
Then, go to http://www.processing.org
and download the program. Processing will allow you to run the programs in the zip.
Windows - open calib_64 -> application.windows -> calib_64.exe. If you see a bunch of multicolored lines going across your whole screen, you're good.
Other OS - open calib_64.pde with processing. If you see a bunch of multicolored lines going across your whole screen, you're good.
Press escape to exit the program.