High-Speed Projector Can Shoot Images On Moving Objects

High-Speed Projector Can Shoot Images On Moving Objects
Technology

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

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 2 november 2016

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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