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Performer Makes His Props Come To Life With Real-Time Projection Mapping [Video]

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A creative video that shows off Dandypunk's elaborate dance moves that bring the virtual world into the physical one.

Yi Chen
  • 15 october 2012

Dandypunk is the stage name of the performer Joel Sebastian, who previously worked with Cirque du Soleil. Recently, Dandypunk used projection mapping technology to create his video ‘The Alchemy of Light.’ The performer dances in real-time and interacts with props and images that seem to come to life.

Dandypunk shows off his elaborate dance moves in a changing and whimsical environment. He’s immersed in the film as the simple set quickly transforms in real-time to create a virtual world. The artist collaborated with Creators Project to make the video possible.

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