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Projected Futures: Exploring the Possibilities of Projection Mapping
42 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Episode 8: Falcon’s Creative Group with Saham Ali and Jesse Allen
Saham Ali and Jesse Allen from Falcon’s Creative Group take us on trip through the world of projection mapping in the themed entertainment business. Falcon’s has created many notable location-based entertainment experiences, as well theme park rides, walkthrough attractions, and restaurants.
27 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Episode 7: Philippe Bergeron, Co-Founder & CEO of Paintscaping
From a chance observation on a pond eleven years ago, Philippe Bergeron and his wife Julia have built Paintscaping into a premier creator of projection mapping on an epic scale. Philippe joins us to talk about those beginnings, and Paintscaping’s most recent project: A projection mapping show on an operational Delta IV rocket while it was positioned for launch at Cape Canaveral.
32 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Episode 6: Latoya Flowers
As multimedia producer for the Field Museum in Chicago, Latoya Flowers is responsible for several media-driven exhibits, but none is bigger (literally or figuratively) than SUE: The largest, most complete T-Rex skeleton in the world. Latoya talks about the challenges of the project, and how she’s exploring projection mapping on a smaller scale in her personal life.
26 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Episode 5: Kira Bursky
At 24, Kira Bursky is already conquering YouTube, with millions of followers. Now she's bringing projection mapping into her filmmaking and music videos. She joins to discuss "New Thought / No Thought," he short which replaces animation techniques with on-set use of practical projection effects.
26 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
Episode 4: Joseph Crossley
Joseph Crossley took an unconventional route to the world of projection mapping and immersive technology. Before becoming a new media artist, Joesph was a “rugby-playing cellist,” who then studied marine biology. Eventually his love of music and DJ-ing led him to the world of projection mapping. His creative collective, Astral Projekt has created works for Burning Man, the Sydney Opera House, and seemingly every corner of the world. Joe joins us from Perth, Australia to talk about his past, and his bright take on the future of projection mapping.
31 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Episode 3: Scott Williams
Scott Williams, the co-founder of Quince Imagine got his start as a video engineer over 35 years ago. His unique background in the technical side of displays and projection, gives him a unique perspective and approach to projection mapping. HIs company has created projection mapped arena shows for NBA and NHL teams, the NFL, and Major League Baseball. We talk to Scott about what it takes to succeed from a business perspective in this fascinating business.
26 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
Episode 2: Jennifer Steinkamp
She was working with projectors before the term projection mapping even existed. Jennifer Steinkamp tells us about her unique art installations, the tools of the trade, and her work on outdoor projection mapped installations.
35 minutes | Jul 27, 2020
Episode 1: Christopher Ash
With dozens of productions under his belt, and work on Broadway shows including Network and Saint Joan, Projection/Lighting Designer Christopher Ash joins us to discuss live theatre projection mapping. Then, we'll talk about his work on Luminature, and outdoor production and projection mapping show held at the Philadelphia Zoo this past holiday season.
1 minutes | Jul 19, 2020
Our podcast debuts soon. We’re really looking forward to sharing our interviews with leaders in projection mapping around the world. We’ll talk to artists, programmers, and business owners who are shaping the future of projection mapping. And we’ll be looking at all the applications of projection mapping, including live theater, VJ’ing, theme park shows, and immersive experiences. Here’s a sample of what’s to come!
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