Projection mapping projects at sudoRoom in collaboration with Noisebridge and the cartoonists of San Francisco
Check out the progress with more photos and explorations on the SudoRoom blog tagged projection mapping
We have a common light projector to be shared by all named Homer
Sanyo the Magic Turtle
We have a massively huge Sanyo projector with 14,000 lumens!
Fabian the Silver Screen
We have a silver screen that's great for projections named Fabian. According to Jake, Fabian is completely capable of receiving projections for 3D movies! Quite exciting. Fabian is usually folded up in a tripod in the upper loft of SudoRoom
Homer the light projector
Homer is a purple Benq PB8220 - in time we will be decorating him with a face, but he's still growing into his role. He comes in a carrying case and isn't bolted into place anywhere.
While Homer doesn't have any HDMI outlets, we do have an S-Video to HDMI connector so we can connect him to anything that works with HDMI (USB-C and lightning for example)
|Thing||What is the thing||Comment|
|Brightness||2,200 Lumens||So bright it can be projected against the sudoroom ceiling with all the lights on!|
|Resolution||1024x768||Works for me!|
|DLP Technology||Less visible pixels more portability!||Confused - if it's DLP doesn't that mean we don't have to focus? there are focus knobs on it though|
|Energy||330 Volts||If we're going to plug homer into the wall we need a battery that goes up to 330 Volts|
|Connectors||HDMI -> S Video||I just ordered an HDMI -> S-Video but that's going to be what Homer needs!|
The BenQ PB8220 Projector is a XGA Portable Projector. This lamp based projector is capable of displaying 2,200 Lumens at its brightest setting with a native resolution of 1024x768 . The internal DLP technology touts higher contrast, less visible pixels and more portability. This projector was first available for purchase in April 2003 and has been discontinued by BenQ.
There's a lot of great stuff out there, but what stands out are projects that speak to the human condition.
Krzysztof Wodiczk's art projections in Tijuana
Using Blender for projection mapping