The development from Tokyo University's Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory eliminates the need for stable, immobile subjects to project images

Projection mapping technology is a nascent field because it requires precise measurements of the surface image, which also has to be completely static and unchanging. By developing a real-time projection system that can meet the standards of human visual perception, Tokyo University’s Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory is able to project images onto moving subjects. The DynoFlash can “project 8-bit images up to 1,000fps with 3ms delay,” according to its researchers. Additionally, the Deformable Dot Cluster Marker allows projections to withstand changing, non-rigid surfaces through infrared ink.

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