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    Exploring the issues of digital outdoor architectural projections

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2012)

    London, UK, 10 - 12 July 2012


    Anthony Head


    The last decade has seen a rise the popularity and achievability of large motion graphic outdoor projections. Mainly conducted by commercial companies due to the expense of hiring equipment these projections have utilised scanning and 3D modelling techniques to enchant and enthral audiences. But as the technologies behind projection comes down in price then it becomes in reach of a wider range of artists. The Illuminate Bath 2012 festival provided an opportunity to explore projection in a World Heritage city. On a relatively small budget we were able to try some new concepts in order to get people to view and experience the city in different way.


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