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Projection Mapping on Wedding Cakes There’s a new and creative trend being introduced lately for wedding cakes, or any event cakes for that matter, and this is the projection mapping technology. This procedure allows an animation video or projecting optical illusions by way of using a special projector to be created or imposed on a simple and plain wedding cake. This creates a unique, one-of-a-kind wedding cake which will definitely solicit much curiosity and attention during the wedding reception. Projection mapping or sometimes known as video mapping is the technology of using objects into a display space for video projections to take place. Objects can be anything, such as landscapes, buildings, backdrop of stages, walls, ceilings, and even wedding cakes. A special virtual software is applied where a two or three object is spatially mapped through optical illusion or animation and projected over a chosen object. The software is connected to the projector using a technical process to put on display a created video or image on a given space. Audio can be also combined with the video material to enhance the production effect. A step by step procedure in projection mapping
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Agree on what object space where projection mapping can be superimposed.
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Then mapping the spatial spaces of the video over the choice object space will be done using the special software. Next is to choose the kind of video to project. Then the “masking” process takes place, which is to use special templates to cover the exact shapes and positions of the different features of your object space. Depending on the size of the object space, the projector can be large or small, to which this is connected to the video using a special equipment. Historical beginnings of projection mapping The early beginnings of projection mapping can be traced back in the late 1960s where it was simply called video mapping. It was Disneyland who, in 1969, began adopting this technique and used it for their horror rides where fake horror images where created over the room walls. From then on, many installation artists or visual effects technicians have taken to using this into their projects. There are many ways where projection mapping may be applied – in events like live shows, concerts, or even in weddings, theaters, or night time displays. Projection mapping has scaled up to include projecting images on wedding cakes. There are endless possibilities in recreating wedding cakes using the projection mapping technology. It is interesting to note that the first wedding cake projection mapping debuted in Disneyland, Florida. With this introduction, Disney commercialized this unique wedding technology by selling wedding cakes with projection mapping at S12,000 per package. What an interesting piece of conversation during wedding events when your wedding cake has become interactive.

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