This design studio used laser projection lighting as decorations, allowing for a segmented variety of animations

Most people who put up Christmas trees during the holidays typically go for traditional decors and ornaments like shiny stars, balls, ribbons, tinsel and others. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-based design, art and tech studio Ambos&& went on a completely different route and used projection mapping to decorate their tree.

Projection mapping involves projecting light and images on a non-white or non-flat surface. Ambos&&, which has been developing interactive pieces for museums and cultural institutions for a year, used projection mapping on their Christmas tree to make it come alive with moving lights and changing colors.

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