Nobumichi Asai’s remarkable real-time facial projection mapping project pushes the boundaries of technology

Posted in Art, Design, Technology
By Sam Bathe on 19 Aug 2014



Pin-pointing the shape, size and contours of the model’s face, plus tiny dots to aid the camera, Nobumichi Asai’s remarkable project maps and projects in real-time onto her face. Using incredibly precise light projects, Nobumichi is able to digitally alter the model’s face as she moves around in the 3D space, a first for such complexity while using this technique. For more from Nobumichi, head to his site:

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