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Bellow you can see the augmented reality experience I created using projection mapping with MadMapper. For a personal project I have created a prototype of a robot. At this stage, I did not need any movements or motors, so the body is 3D printed white and it is equipped with Google Home mini device only. After some sketches, I had my first prototype in Rhino 3D.

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Then migrated and 3D printed on Ultimaker 2+

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Projection mapping looks and works best on a clean white surface, so I thought I could project on a 3D printed robot’s body as it was printed using white filament. This robot is going to be a part of a performance. So, by using spacial AR I can make it more interesting, performative and entertaining and most importantly, adapt the look of the robot according to my storyline and plot.

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