Panasonic Projectors at Infocomm 2015: Multi-Projector Basketball Projection Mapping Video

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In an unusual projection mapping demo at Infocomm 2015, Panasonic placed a sphere partially into a flat panel.   The rest is projection mapping magic.  They also added some sensors so that toward the end, you can see someone spinning the basketball faster by using a hand motion.  Not as impressive as Panasonic’s projection mapping using a Tesla, but cool  Two of the projectors were mounted vertically.

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