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Light Projection Mapping[edit | edit source]

Locations[edit | edit source]

We're most interested in doing projection mapping first in the new Noisebridge courtyard. Here's an initial 3D scan

Noisebridge 3D Scans[edit | edit source]

A scan of the Noisebridge courtyard

Equipment[edit | edit source]

Standard Projectors[edit | edit source]

Epson 2150[edit | edit source]

- Epson 2150 [Manual](

This is up in the classroom, screwed into the ceiling. It looks like a great workhorse for when the going gets tough!

I'm kind of nervous experimenting with it, I don't have a lot of time to spend at Noisebridge. It's big and hard to put up and down, but once we get stuff going it's going to be kickass at wall projection!

Portable Homer BenQ[edit | edit source]

- Homer the Light Projector from SudoRoom sudoRoom Wiki

Homer is a purple Benq PB8220 who is part of the SudoRoom collective from across the bay in Oakland. This light projector isn't currently screwed into place in any one location, so he's totally portable.

We now have an S-Video HDMI Connector for him, so he can connect to any source that can link to HDMI (USB-C or lightning etc)

The only thing is that if we want to project with Homer onto a wall outdoors we'd need a portable battery with at least 330 Watts.

Handheld Laser Projectors[edit | edit source]

These are [DLP]( by default right?

Well these are my personal laser projectors [User:Romyilano] but they're the best for experimentation. They also work surprisingly well with any kind of camera apparatus for positioning as they both come with gear with 1/4" screw heads of the kind used in cameras

UO Smart Beam Laser[edit | edit source]

- UO Smart Beam Laser

- AnyBeam mini pocket projector

Software[edit | edit source]

- Polycam iPhone LiDAR scanner

This thing is pretty amazing! able to scan entire rooms on device in less than five minutes, and then export in any kind of useful file format!

- Blender for 3D modeling

- for camera mapping - Worldeye - a 3D mapped laser projected globe [video](

Inspiration[edit | edit source]

Tutorials[edit | edit source]

Collaborations[edit | edit source]

SudoRoom in Oakland is also interested in working on projection mapping!