A picture that has been divided into tiled sections, each of which is replaced with another photograph that matches the target photo. When viewed from a distance, the individual photos appear and form an image, while close examination reveals that the image is in fact made up of many hundreds of smaller images.
The excitement in a live photomosaic application for events is that people are motivated to do something – get their pictures taken and to stick the photo onto a wall. They want to see what final image will be formed as a result of their participation.Read More Read More
We did a full 2 days demonstration at the National Museum – Gallery 10 for Panasonic’s internal kick off meeting which took place on Day 1. On Day 2, they invited their clients and partners for a walk around tour in the museum. What we did for Panasonic was a joint collaboration, we put in the technology to enhance existing hardware offering from Panasonic.
Featuring talented dancer, Syazwan, we developed an interactive performance to demonstrate real-time tracking technology. The sequences were made possible by combining a disguise media server, real-time graphics from Notch and BlackTrax motion tracking system. Beacons were attached to Syazwan’s hands and feet and the umbrella prop, allowing precise tracking of his every move. This allows synchronization with the projectors. 3 units of Panasonic laser projectors were used for the performance.