PaintScaping represented the USA at the first 3D mapping festival in North America
PaintScaping represented the USA at LUMOCITÉ (i.e. lumocity), the first 3D projection mapping festival in North America. It ran from February 6th to February 9th, 2013, in beautiful Québec City, Canada, as part of the "Carnaval de Québec," the world's biggest winter festival. Other countries were Canada, Hungary, and Switzerland.
Despite temperatures in the -30's (yes, minus), this was an incredible experience that the PaintScaping team will never forget. From the bottom of our hearts, to Lumocité, the Carnaval de Québec, and the warm people of this amazing city, a huge: MERCI!
PaintScaping projected on the "Palais Montcalm," built in 1931, and our show was called... WINTER DREAMS.
"If a snowman could dream, what would the world look like? From icicles magically appearing on the Palais Montcalm, to arctic orcas swimming in mid-air, to the most incredible of ice castles, PaintScaping will bring you on a journey of fantasy, fun, and frost."
Directed by PHILIPPE BERGERON. 3D animator/motion capture system ROB OSTIR. Maya generalist SALLY STERANKO. Audio by ART WOOD. Thanks to the interns from BILL KROYER's team at CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY.
The hardware used was 4 Christie Roadster S+20K projectors.
Click here for more info on the carnaval's website.