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VIVO Media Arts Centre
2625 Kaslo Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5M 3G9
Explore new dimensions by mapping your videos onto 3D surfaces with Lighthead Visuals (aka the legendary DJ Woodhead)!
Sign up: projection-mapping.eventbrite.ca
3 sessions, 9 hours total // $115, or $90 with any VIVO Producer Membership (+GST)
Session 1: Tue Mar 13, 6pm-9pm
Session 2: Tue Mar 20, 6pm-9pm
Session 3: Tue Mar 27, 6pm-9pm
Prerequisite: General computer literacy (e.g., saving files, facility with a mouse and keyboard).
One extended subsidy is available for this workshop:
This workshop introduces you to projection mapping, allowing you to map your video content onto any architectural surface in the real world, even if it’s not flat! With projection mapping you can project a new skin onto common objects of any 3D shape, deconstructing and redefining them to create wild new perspectives for live performance or interactive installations.
Learn different concepts and techniques through demonstration and hands-on application by doing exercises with a partner. Understand the challenges of different surface geometries and materials. Learn to use Madmapper's powerful video mapping software, including tracing lines, layering surfaces, saving scenes, and media management. Learn about MIDI/key mapping to be able to control functions with keyboard and controller, exporting to Minimad and intro to controlling DMX fixtures with Madlight. If there's time, you'll be introduced to some aspects of Modul8, software for real time video mixing and compositing, and how it works with Syphon. Technical considerations will also be covered, including projector operation, outputting video from a Mac computer, media resolution, and editing using a simple media editor.
The workshop time includes documentation of your in-class ideas.
Expand your video ideas beyond the flat screen while transforming your visual environment!
Want access to discounts?
Sign up to for a Producer Membership (Basic or Extended):
Or redeem your the Video Bucks you earned by volunteering:
In addition to being one of Vancouver’s premiere DJs, Darren Woodhead provides visual environments as Lighthead Visuals. Lighthead has Vj'd live for artists Mad Decent, Mark Farina, Maya Jane Coles, Guy Gerber, Dirt Crew, Neighbour, Clicks and Whistles, Distal, Nina Kraviz, Zoo Brazil, Dirt Crew, and many others. He's created video installations for Shambhala Music Festival, Resonance Festival, Bass Coast Festival, Rifflandia Festival, Whistler Canada Day Parties, Waldorf Hotel, Chapel Arts, Beaumont Studios, Imperial, Tunnel, Open Studios, Soundwave Festival, Electric Owl, Backstage Lounge and many other events and productions.