Video mapping

Video mapping is an extension of the well-known video projection system, as is used in cinemas to project a film on the screen.

The difference between video projection and video mapping stems from the object on which the image is projected. If the object is three-dimensional, this is called mapping. This type of digital multimedia is able to project lights onto architectural surfaces, gauze screens, light modular structures and historic buildings. Our mapping creations offer unique experiences with 3D projections and motion design.