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Playstation: Most Insane Immersive Movie Experience Ever

It is fitting that this post comes hot on the heels of the previous post, Nokia’s epic projection mapping, as it is without a doubt, a serious evolution of the projection mapping format.

Whilst the Nokia project aimed to introduce a further dimension through the live deadmau5 set, this series of videos from Playstation adds a very real physical element to the projections via props and camouflaged actors. The greatest achievement however is the seamless projection on all walls (floor and ceiling included) and surfaces such as the coffee table.

The videos add an extra punch by claiming that the stunt is captured in one take and with no post-production, a common technique for many viral videos. However, if you were to nit pick, you will see there a a couple of dubious frames that seem to suggest a cut in the action, and cleverly disguised ‘in post-production’. Regardless, this shouldn’t (and doesn’t) ruin a very creative idea that supports the ethos of the product, and has been very well produced and captured.

It is fitting that this post comes hot on the heels of the previous post, Nokia’s epic projection mapping, as it is without a doubt, a serious evolution of the projection mapping format.

Whilst the Nokia project aimed to introduce a further dimension through the live deadmau5 set, this series of videos from Playstation adds a very real physical element to the projections via props and camouflaged actors. The greatest achievement however is the seamless projection on all walls (floor and ceiling included) and surfaces such as the coffee table.

The videos add an extra punch by claiming that the stunt is captured in one take and with no post-production, a common technique for many viral videos. However, if you were to nit pick, you will see there a a couple of dubious frames that seem to suggest a cut in the action, and cleverly disguised ‘in post-production’. Regardless, this shouldn’t (and doesn’t) ruin a very creative idea that supports the ethos of the product, and has been very well produced and captured.

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