Obscura Digital Architectural Projection on Mint Building
Last Friday Obscura Digital projected an augmented architecture video on the Mint Building in San Francisco. It had multiple HD projections around the plaza. It’s well done, and a great location for it.
They can pretty much do this kind of thing in their sleep, I think it had something like a 2 week lead time. The multiple systems that they use to measure buildings and spaces are incredibly impressive, in addition to the dimensions of the structure involved they also find data for lighting, contrast, etc.
That project was indeed very commercial, but Obscura is stepping more into arts based projects, such as this projection in Carnegie Hall with SF’s own Michael Tilson Thomas and the YouTube Symphony Orchestra.
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