Video Mapping Festival #1
Video Mapping Seminary

Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd of March
Arenberg Creative Mine, Wallers-Arenberg

The Video Mapping Festival offers a two-day seminary in Arenberg Creative Mine, dealing with a state of play of the discipline. Round tables, case studies, conferences, technical demonstrations form the pattern of the event, in order to depict video mapping from every angle.

 

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Research Conference 3

Introduction of an optimised shooting device for 3D reconstruction, by Nicolas Lissarrague
Based on the principles of the Fablab and of the DIY, this very affordable and easy to build device allows the automation of the shot for a 3D reconstruction of an object or a person. The presentation details not only the functioning of the device, based on an Arduino platform, but also on the production flow, and the different steps of the production of a 3D object optimised for real-time visualisation, or photorealistic 3D rendition. This modelling allows the elaboration and the setting of a video projected on a real object.
Nicolas Lissarrague is a lecturer at the Arts Department of the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis, and a member of the DeVisu laboratory. He teaches aesthetics of cinema and infographics. His research focuses on relations between techniques, space representation and aesthetics of cinema.

 

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> Seminary’s Catalogue 

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Organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles and the DeVisu laboratory of the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis, with the support of the European Union, ERDF programme (European Regional Development Fund), Hauts-de-France Region, and Urban Community of La Porte du Hainaut.

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More info: www.videomappingfestival.com
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