MadMapper: Who is PlayMID?
Did you know we have a MadMapper Instagram? This is our October MadGram Highlight!
We will find MadLover’s best photo from Instagram and will post on our social networks. Tag us,@mad_mapper, #madlover, #madmapper, #madlight or #minimad to your Instagram photos so we can find your art work easily. We will feature 6 best photos on our blog in the end of month.
We are watching you!
Cinzia Campolese said just one project changed her life direction. Her last project at the Architecture University of Florence in Italy, a sound reactive RGB LED lights on Luminex fabric, “Concerto per Musica Cromatica”, moved her away from a classical set, costume design and production what she focused on during her school into audiovisual technology. Totally, a new door was opened for her.
SYPHONER 1.4 from #SIGMASIX is now available for FREE
You can now inject almost any #software into #MadMapper thanks to the #Syphon stream with Syphoner.You need to run At least OS X 10.10
You can now map a website, a photoshop view, CCTV software , MadMapper main’s view etc.
you can download it for free from
This one-day workshop with Mike Latona is designed as a playground around projection mapping. After an introduction on projection mapping, you’ll be ready for various mapping exercises on origami masks.
The participants will be able to explore new techniques of projection mapping thanks to the skills of Mike Latona, a belgian digital artist mastering projection mapping.
SIGMASIX is an interaction design and new media art studio based in Geneva, Switzerland founded by artists, Eric Morzier and Florian Pittet in 2004.
Eric Morzier and Florian Pittet photo by Regis Golay – Federal
Intensive Video mapping Workshop by Blanca Regina.
Friday 13th November: 16:00 – 19:00h
Saturday 14 November:12:00- 15:00h, 16:00-19:00h
Sunday 15 November: 12:00- 15:00h, 16:00-20:00h.
Sunday 15 November: 19- 20h
Av. de la Independencia, Centro, Oaxaca, Oax.
In this intensive workshop we introduce projection mapping. We will look at diverse techniques for the production of audiovisual projects in architectural spaces and objects and also its application in artistic and creative work
The workshop introduces:
At the end of this workshop you will be able to create various projections simultaneously, shape light into objects and spaces, project manage and connect with local and international communities. This workshop is for visual artists, graphic designers, architects and anybody interested.
Please make a registration to email@example.com.
1024 architecture and GarageCube are glad to announce MadMapper 2 and MiniMad Official release and Press conference at La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris !! if you are in Paris this day you can join us at the venue. This event it starts up at 19h19.
If you can’t be there, this event will be broadcasted live on
This presentation will be in french language and will cover
REVERSE is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
28 Frost Street 11211
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 7PM – 10PM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH, 12PM – 6PM
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 12PM – 6PM
EXHIBTION & CLOSING PARTY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 6PM – 8PM
Mappathon is a 3-day projection mapping marathon workshop, followed by an art installation exhibited and open to the public. Learn the latest projection mapping techniques and technologies and then collaborate to create a final advanced site-specific project.
Participants will learn the latest technology for mapping video projections onto physical surfaces, incorporating multiple surfaces and shapes and moving away from the traditional confines of the screen to sculptures and building facades. The goal of the workshop is to create several projection mapping installations with or without interactivity, where the participants create content for complex surfaces through collaboration. At the end of the workshop, participants will showcase their work to the public.
DAY 1: November 6th, 7PM – 10PM
DAY 2: November 7th, 12PM – 6PM
DAY 1: November 8th, 12PM – 6PM
Early bird (register by November 1st): $375
Regular (register by November 5th): $500
Limited to 20 participants