3D mapping is an audiovisual show consisting of animation displayed on real three-dimensional objects (e.g. buildings, set design elements or products such as cars or even shoes). With rapidly changing light and colours viewers are under the impression that inanimate objects move and come to life. For the fullest experience, the show is complemented by specifically composed and synchronised soundtrack. In order to achieve the mapping effect a team of specialists from many different fields (from developers and animators to 3D artists and musicians) have to work in co-operation. The result, however, is totally worth it!
Among our projections and mappings are the ones prepared for the Centre for Environmental Education HYDROPOLIS and the Centennial Hall in Wrocław.
The latter project, entitled O(micron), was done in co-operation with AntiVJ, a VJ collective from Belgium. Under our content-related and artistic supervision, AntiVJ prepared a few minute spectacle displayed under the Hall’s dome, which is 65 m in diameter. The 3D mapping is dedicated for the architecture of this unique object and at the same time is a highlight of the multimedia exhibition of the Discovery Center located in the same building.
In collaboration with Nolabel we are currently working on a grand multimedia show in Lucknow, North India – mapping at the “Lucknow Residency”, which will be devoted to the history and cultural heritage of the city. It will be our first project of such magnitude in India.
How did water come to be in our universe? What are its properties? Answers to these and many other questions are provided by a multimedia exhibition at the Centre for Environmental Education HYDROPOLIS in Wrocław.
The Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk is one of the most anticipated museum projects in Poland. We have prepared all multimedia elements that will appear in the main exhibition.
Filmowo-multimedialne widowisko "Wybuch" zrealizowane według pomysłu Andrzeja Wajdy to poruszająca opowieść o historii wybuchu II wojny światowej i pierwszych dniach kampanii wrześniowej.
The Multimedia Museum on the Cliff in Trzęsacz is situated in the seaside town famous for its ruins of the twelfth-century church whose walls have been gradually taken by the sea.
The Open-Air Mining Museum at the former Queen Louise Drift in Zabrze opened a new, underground tourist-educational route available to the public. New Amsterdam took care of the equipment delivery and installation, interactive multimedia presentations, as well as overall design of the space of the old mine workings.
We prepared content for multimedia stations which supplemented the underground exhibition in the historic Guido Mine at the Coal Mining Museum in Zabrze.