Towers, historic buildings, and fountains come to life through historical 3D video mapping, focused on the history and events of the places they stand, with first-person narrations performed by the monuments themselves, animated through three-dimensional computer graphics. The shows created with this technique are able to combine the spectacle of special effects typical of video mapping with engaging, entertaining, and educational narratives, prepared by the PROIETTA team based on careful historical studies, client instructions, and our particular focus on storytelling. The visual aspect, developed by our graphics department, aims to offer a spectacle characterized by great dynamism, vivid colors, adherence to the themes covered, so that the attention of adults and children can be captivated by a breathtaking representation.
For the realization of historical video mapping, the use of PROIETTA AF protective cases is suggested, which allow for the outdoor use of video projectors.
What is video mapping?
By tracing the elements of a facade, it is possible to map the architecture of a building, creating a three-dimensional model of the surface itself, which allows the video projection to interact with the shapes of the structure. With these techniques, it is possible to: transform the appearance of a building through lines, shapes, lights, and projected virtual shadows, with the ability to distort and deform its constituent elements, introduce decorations and ornaments that were originally nonexistent, create animated scenography, and play with the shapes and volumes of the buildings.
To learn more about video mapping, click on this link!
AREZZO – A THOUSAND-YEAR HISTORY
BESANÇON – VICTOR HUGO MUSEUM
RAPALLO – THE STORY OF THE PIRATE DRAGUT
COMO – HISTORY OF THE TOWN HALL
GIAVENO – TALKING FOUNTAIN
FOSSANO – HISTORY OF THE CASTEL
DOMOSSOLA – TRAVEL ACROSS THE HISTORY OF THE CITY