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Projection Mapping with 3D Tracing

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video Projection Mapping with 3D Tracing
You can do a projection show just like Disney with only a video projector, a laptop, and some video editing or presentation software.  Set up your projector in exactly the place you want to project from.  Make sure it has the settings set such that you can remember how to get them again.  Hook up your laptop and set your laptop to the same resolution as the projector.   Now using a full screen drawing program, trace the contours of the 3D object you are projecting on to create a 3D trace.  Then use that trace as the background for your video so you know where stuff will end up.   That is all there is to it.  See http://bateshaunt.com for more.
caroldvelez3 months ago
Hello! can it be possible to write you through email or facebook? I have some questions and I need help, thanks!
Sure visit the BatesHaunt Facebook page
Great Thank You, I already did it!
sureshg110 months ago

Hey I like it man, I love Projection Mapping, Its very good.

visimenw12 months ago

Great job, blijven werken voor 3D mapping ... !!!

bo51 year ago
This is one of the reasons I love this site.
smohar12 years ago
Hi, neat Video, i have a good question, what Kind of Projector you are using ?
Ill appreciate some help with this
datbates (author)  smohar12 years ago
I'm using a Panasonic PT-AE3000U now, but most projectors are fine. Glad you liked it. See my website for many more answers to questions. http://bateshaunt.com
chse7202 years ago
i know what software you use, but i dont understand how they all work together, i get the 3D trace part, but after that im lost, how do you combine the 3D trace and pictures/video so that it all looks like its supposed to?
datbates (author)  chse7202 years ago
You put the 3d trace in the background when you are laying out your show. Then you can line up the foreground elements in the places they will in the actual projection. Before you do your final build of your video/presentation hide the trace.
timmyyoyo2 years ago
What software did you use? and did you use multiple projectors?


Thanks in Advance,
Tim
datbates (author)  timmyyoyo2 years ago
Photoshop, Premiere, and Garageband mostly. Just one projector.
Thanks So Much!
This is awesome!
Bongmaster2 years ago
pretty neat that