Wall Washing 2020-07-03T13:37:54-05:00

Project Description

Wall Washing

Wall Washing is the process of calibrating all of the wall surfaces in a designated space to create seamless projection mapping. In this process, multiple projectors are set up and blended to turn a space into an immersive animated canvas.

Undergraduate and graduate students working on projection-mapping projects are known as the 3D Studio Lightsquad. The Lightsquad came together to do the first immersive texture mapping of the 3D Studio. They worked individually and/or in teams to create unified compositions for a truly immersive experience.

Undergraduate Student Credits – Raymond Allen, Jeremiah Baker, Faith Daignault, Omar Davila, Amanda Garrison, James   Hoggatt, Falak Jamma, David Rake, Pablo Reyes, William Russek, Maritza Soriano, Elizabeth Stegall, Chelsey Suarez, Sarah Wall, Mariah Wood,

Graduate Student Credits – Travis Fowler, Morgan Grasham, Ritwik Kaikini, Yoobae Kim, Kuo-Wei Lee, Paulina Mejia, Victor Simon

Faculty Advisor – Andrew F. Scott

Visit YouTube to view the additional project Noemascope (2018) directed by Ritwik Kaikini.

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