donderdag 27 augustus 2015



A Spanish art studio has put a twist on projection mapping and introduced 3D with stunning effect. The project - Diplopia - was played out at the opening ceremony of the International Mapping Festival of Girona 2015 (FIMG), an event celebrating the Spanish city's architecture through technology and art. Onionlabs, the studio behind the project, created the 3D anaglyph mapping piece that used stereoscopic glasses to create the full effect.

The theme of the festival was contradictions so Diplopia was created to show opposing concepts such as light and darkness, flexible and rigid, near and far, noise and silence and wet and dry.

Onionlab’s Joel Mestre was the producer of the show with music and sound design handled by uunnoo + lko.

FIMG, a free festival, was held from July 24 to August 2, 2015. It included a programme of workshops, events, shows and a competition.

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