Friday Envy: 4 amazing ways to use projection mapping

To finish up the working week I wanted to share the work of a great kiwi company I’ve collaborated on many events with. Spyglass is a kiwi AV company that do everything from straight forward corporate conference through to truly spectator projection mapping projects. They’re an amazing supplier to work with if you want to transform an event from ordinary to memorable.
Here’s a few examples of what they’re capable of…

1. Vampire Dancing

This was an interactive projection onto the exterior of Te Papa to promote the movie “What we do in the shadows”.

2. Unveiling the latest Lexus

This Lexus launch brought together projection mapping from Spyglass, music from The Dub Module and visuals by Perceptual Engineering for an impressive outcome.

3. Barfoot and Thompson’s 90th Birthday

Projection mapping can turn a plain conference room into an epic party backdrop! Plus every guest gets a prime view of the presentations.

4. The next level

Spyglass also do projection mapping projects overseas – like this unbelievable Christmas celebration on the Cibeles Palace (City Hall), Madrid.

As well as their obvious AV talent, Spyglass is an awesome supplier to work with. The team is always professional, fun and detailed orientated. I have high expectations and Spyglass has always exceeded these. People who know me well will know that’s extreme praise! I

Which of Spyglass’s projection mapping examples is your favourite? 

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