Midair Fabric Projection Mapping

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Projection mapping is a relatively new art form that uses the power of projected images, carefully mapped to physical objects, to create fascinating art forms and illusions.  The mapped objects, however, are usually stationary, providing a consistent canvas for projection. Photographer and designer Wonjun Jeong breaks that mold, however, with his series The Other, that use thrown fabric as the canvas. The flowing, midair textiles provide a split-second canvas for the projected faces to appear, and are captured by high-speed photography. The result is an organic and experimental effect, something that’s both invigorating and mysterious. Via MyModernMet:

Other, as an unsubstantial light flashed into space, actualises when the visage materialises onto the aimlessly tossed cloth, and one’s act of capturing the moment signifies one’s conversation with the Other. One finds one’s essence through Other, not just an illusion of light, but as a real existent materialised on a white cloth.”

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