Ideation, Creation & Everything In Between
Titanic Museum Exhibitions –
During an old visit to the Titanic Museum that myself and Fiona embarked on here are photos of an example of projection mapping onto something of smaller scale like a model or in this case a table.
This is more achievable than full scale buildings and shows how a user can interact with the table through touch and what is displayed on the table is controlled by projection. This sprouts the idea of being able to make an inanimate object animate through the use of projection in order to adapt the objects appearance and function.
Projection mapping is a very good idea for use with interactivity as the functions can be constantly manipulated and changed to either change the users behaviour or the behaviour of the object. This would be a good way to keep a user interested as well as informing them about the task in hand. Projection can also be used to invoke changes to the senses causing fun, fear etc.