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    Default Awesome projection mapped Halloween show

    I know we're well past Halloween, but I found Fitz Studios' videos last night. It's well worth a watch. While it isn't blinky lights, it is some awesome custom projection mapping work!

    Christmas 2019 Lights: https://youtu.be/e9qOPoaFV6w
    Halloween 2019 Lights: https://youtu.be/QbNE1x21gqA
    Other shows and behind the scenes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg1...c85-wgbnkNiLOw

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    Default Re: Awesome projection mapped Halloween show

    VERY good ! ! ! make that EXCELLENT.

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    Thanks... please share more details.
    Like the number of projector used, the type, the number of lumens, etc
    What software did you use - premiere, after effects?

    I look forward to hearing as this is my next years goal.

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    Default Re: Awesome projection mapped Halloween show

    Very nice show, I switch to total projector mapping this year as well. Is this your show?
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    Default Re: Awesome projection mapped Halloween show

    Quote Originally Posted by boarder3 View Post
    Very nice show, I switch to total projector mapping this year as well. Is this your show?
    Not my show, but one that I stumbled upon on YouTube I've added a comment on YouTube about this thread incase the creators wants to join us

    Quote Originally Posted by covewi View Post
    Thanks... please share more details.
    Like the number of projector used, the type, the number of lumens, etc
    What software did you use - premiere, after effects?

    I look forward to hearing as this is my next years goal.
    I asked Fitz Studio's some of the same things on YouTube and here was the reply:
    I used an Optoma 4K short throw projector. Short throw is important because I was able to put it at the edge of my driveway (around 10 feet from the house) and still cover the whole house with no distortion. I created the entire show on adobe products. Most of the design was done in photoshop and the animations were done with After Effects. It was probably around 2 months of working a few hours every day to get both shows done.
    Christmas 2019 Lights: https://youtu.be/e9qOPoaFV6w
    Halloween 2019 Lights: https://youtu.be/QbNE1x21gqA
    Other shows and behind the scenes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg1...c85-wgbnkNiLOw

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    Default Re: Awesome projection mapped Halloween show

    I'm starting with lights this year, but plan to add projection mapping in the future. If you have access to Adobe products, there is a great series here on youtube.

    I'd love to see more posts and "how to's" on people incorporating lighting and video into their shows.

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    Default Re: Awesome projection mapped Halloween show

    I don't know if I'd be getting into full-blown projection mapping for my Christmas light display, but if I was going to do video as part of my display, I like the look of projection onto the house as it looks integrated into the show as a whole, rather than something tacked on when using P5/10 panels or pixel matrix nets.

    The biggest challenge in my opinion is theft protection. Most people wouldn't consider stealing pixels as they don't know what to do with them, nor would they be able to sell them at a pawn shop. A nice projector, on the other hand...
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    Any idea what model Optoma projector was used for those projections?

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    I found this in the comment section of step 1 video a reply from Dan Phillips,

    " The 2019 halloween video was an Optoma W303ST. I upgraded to an Optoma GT1080HDR just a week or so ago. I would say minimum of 3000 lumen if you have low ambient light. I would say 4000 lumen minimum if you have some ambient light. "

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    Excellent, thanks!

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