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A collection of cases where faces are used as canvas for projection mapping.
[pic. GOLEM x APOLLO, BK-Digital Art Company // OMOTE, Nobumichi Asai, Hiroto Kuwahara, and Paul Lacroix // CHASE NO FACE, Zach Lieberman, Francisco Zamorano, Andy Wallace, and Michelle Calabro // EXPLORE YOUR DUAL WORLD, Oskar & Gaspar]
Real-Time Face Tracking and projection mapping. “[Omote] is a Japanese word for face, or a mask. Face is considered as [mirror] that reflects human soul, a separation between Omote (exterior) and Ura (interior), and in Nogaku, Japan’s classical musical plays, performers use Omtoe masks to express multitude of dramatic emotions.”
By Nobumichi Asai, Hiroto Kuwahara, and Paul Lacroix, 2014. More info here.
CHASE NO FACE
“A music video for BELL. No post-production effects were used in this video. everything on the face is happening in real-time, via hacked Kinect, laptop and LED projector. It’s built using FaceTracker code from Jason Saragih”
Visuals by Zach Lieberman, Francisco Zamorano, Andy Wallace, and Michelle Calabro. Music by BELL, 2012. Making of video here.
GOLEM x APOLLO
“Golem is an installation using antic sculpture and video to create the uncanny feelings. Instilling the living and the human in the non-human, this work questions the deception of the virtualized image of the living and our empathy for a picture of the reconstructed body, in short the sensitive border between virtual reality and virtuality real”