Projection Mapping

3D projection mapping is a technique used in events and exhibitions to create stunning visual displays that transform physical objects or spaces into dynamic, immersive experiences. Using specialized software, a 3D model of the object or space is created, and then projected onto the surface using multiple projectors from different angles, creating a seamless image that appears to be part of the physical environment.

This technology allows event and exhibition designers to manipulate the visual appearance of objects or spaces in real-time, and can be used to tell stories, convey brand messages, or provide interactive experiences for attendees. Projection mapping can be used on a variety of surfaces such as walls, floors, and even complex shapes like buildings, sculptures or cars. It’s a highly versatile technology that can be used to create a memorable and engaging experience for event attendees.