3D projection mapping is a projection technique that turns static surfaces into interactive 3D representations that affect the viewer's perception by projecting complex 3D structures, objects and animations on different surfaces whose morphological characteristics the presentation merges into impressive and sometimes surprising effects.
The presentation is usually done on complex objects and buildings that play an important role in telling the story and creating the dynamics of the projection. Examples are all types of buildings, and very often they are historic buildings, fortifications, older and modern buildings. In indoor installations, 3D projection mapping finds its application in projections on various museum artifacts, relief surfaces and similar other surfaces. Lately, it is very often used in product presentations with the aim of achieving a futuristic effect.
Whether it's an indoor or outdoor projector system installation, our well-designed projector systems come in a wide range of brightness and resolution and, thanks to incredible color accuracy, turn almost any surface into unique dynamic display. From determining the position of an object to its "revival", 3D mapping offers the possibility of telling various stories, from advertising through historical and cultural facts to entertainment content for special events.
Visitors to Veliki Tabor Castle have the opportunity to experience the legend of Veronika Desinićka through a series of colorful 3D content projected on the architectural expression of the castle, transforming it into a unique magical world newly shaped by a mixture of modern technology and travel to former aristocratic life.
On the occasion of marking the anniversary of the peasant revolt, the Museums of Hrvatsko Zagorje decided to revive the monument to the Peasant Revolt and Matija Gubac and to show the historical event in multimedia. In order to give the monument an additional dimension in the 21st century, a completely new installation of the projection system in the 3D mapping technique was performed.
Kaštel Petrapilosa, a millennial medieval castle located on a cliff above the valley of the river Bračana, has been reconstructed and opened to the general public and has become richer for a new multimedia display that includes 3D projection mapping.