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GOLDSTADT 250 | Projections for the jewellery anniversary of Pforzheim

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In the year 1767 the margrave Karl Friedrich von Baden granted the city of Pforzheim the exclusive right for gold and jewellery production and this decree therefore layed the foundation for the wealth of the city. For the 250th anniversary of this occasion we accompanied the glamourous celebration gala at the Congress Centrum in Pforzheim with an indoor 270° panoramic projection through several stages.
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TRANSKUTAN | Analogously produced Projection Mapping

“Transkutan” is a medical term that describes the transition of a substance through the skin. The animation follows a fictitious travel through different layers of the human skin. To achieve the desired visual effects we developed a unique workflow that uses analog and organic animation techniques.
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ONEIRONAUT | visions of a lucid palace

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ONEIRONAUT narrates the vision of the margrave Karl Wilhelm which inspired him to build the majestic palace as a centre of the geometric city. Decoupled from physical borders the scope of possibility is transcended while the dreamer develops a lucid consciousness and gains control over the events. Before the inner eye the ideal palace is created while challenging its actual appearance.
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FACADE DIALOGS | Participative Projection in Public Space

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Walls do not have a good reputation. They are obstacles,they are empty facades. A German saying even says »You talk against a wall« meaning no one is listening to you. The project »Facade Dialogs« changes the face of the wall. Or rather: gives it a character. »Facade Dialogs« gives people from Cologne-Mülheim a chance to tell their stories. Their stories will be projected larger than life onto facades, turning them into a stage and a lectern.
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MOYA FAÇADE | genius loci weimar

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Our contribution to the Genius Loci Projection Mapping Festival. The show was hosted at the Herderplatz in Weimar and projected onto the Ohm Krüger House as well as onto the statue of Johann Gottfried von Herder.

See the Making Of an the whole Show:
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