sophie.adams
Apr 17, 2018

Project 4 WIP

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For my fourth and final project and I am planning on doing a projection mapping piece. I plan to take 6 Polaroid pictures (previously taken) and project videos that have to do with the photograph, onto the picture. Each video I project will make something in the picture that should be moving, move as to bring that moment back to life. I am planning on taking these videos and masking them onto photographs I have taken of the Polaroids. I will then delete the Polaroid from the base layer and project the mask onto the actual Polaroid. I plan to line the up on a white wall in a 3 x 2 grid.

I plan to use these six pictures, though I am still deciding.

I will project a video of people walking by.

I will project a video of the ocean and waves crashing.

I will project a video of a lake moving.

I will project a video of a fire roaring,

I will project a video of people walking by or just designs in the white parts or hair blowing in the wind.

I will project a video of the water or clouds moving.

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