The interior architect Vincenzo de Cotiis — sought after in his native Italy for the dynamic monastery-meets-laboratory approach he brings to designing furniture, homes and hotels — deserves our attention.
We realize dynamic projection mapping onto deforming non-rigid surface
based on two original technologies. The first technology is a high-speed
projector “DynaFlash” that can project 8-bit images up to 1,000 fps
with 3 ms delay. The second technology is a high-speed non-rigid surface
tracking at 1,000 fps. Since the projection and sensing are operated at
a speed of 1,000 fps, a human cannot perceive any misalignment between
the dynamically-deforming target and the projected images. Especially,
focusing on new paradigms in the field of user interface and fashion, we
have demonstrated dynamic projection mapping onto a deformed sheet of
paper and T-shirt. Also we show that projection to multiple targets can
be controlled flexibly by using our recognition technique.