3-D Video Mapping Turns Buildings into Canvases

By Rejuvenate Staff, January 28, 2015

Who says graffiti has to be a crime? Gaining popularity in Europe and Dubai, 3-D video mapping (aka light graffiti) has turned sides of buildings and entire exteriors of churches into canvases for large-scale works of art. This projection on England’s All Souls Church by London-based artist Ross Ashton, accompanied by a soundscape from sound artist Karen Monid, made an illuminating impression on audiences at the Cheriton Lights Festival. Digital mapping hit the shores of the U.S. when a St. Louis hotel created an awe-inspiring display turning its domed lobby into a stained glass cathedral.

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