Come and Join the Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH as Mark Coné presents a Projection Mapping and Compositing Workshop on April 29th, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
- Florida Atlantic University’s School of Communication & Multimedia Studies will host the event in their Davie campus Media Lab ( Liberal Arts Bldg. Rm 415-B). Parking for non-FAU attendees requires a Temporary Parking Pass which we will hand out at the entrance of College Avenue.
- See Below
After the Meeting we might as well take advantage of one of the nearby Venues for social networking .Bring your Business Cards and see you there!
|DATE: Tuesday April 29, 2014|
|TIME: 7:00 pm Presentation Begins|
|Cost: None. We have generous support from the FAU School of Communication.|
3200 College Ave
Davie, FL 33314
|“Digital Media Lab Room Liberal Arts Bldg. Rm 415 B”
We are located in ‘BC 49′ on this map.http://www.fau.edu/facilities/osua/maps/DavieMap.pdf
Due to a smaller Venue Location than usual you must RSVP for this event. Those of you who are not FAU or current BC staff/students will need a temporary parking pass. We can help with the pass if you contact us at
Select”Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH” for RECIPENT when filling out the form at the link below.
- Put ‘April 29th Meeting‘ in the Subject and in the Message write your name, if you are Attending, and if you need a parking pass.
- Example ” My name is _____ , I am attending and I need a parking pass.”
About the Workshop:
This is a projection mapping and compositing workshop. Projection mapping, or video mapping is a technique that consists of projecting imagery onto buildings, structures, and other 3d surfaces. Compositing is the manipulation and combination of at least two source images. Projection mapping uses combined source images such as drawings, video, and rendered animation and projects them into real 3d space. This technique can be used in various media displays in advertising, film/theater, or other visual presentations. Mark will provide a simple work flow to implement projection mapping using a laptop and a projector. This work flow will cover the preparation, setup, masking, animation, and the final projection outputted to be mapped in real space. The software tools used are Photoshop, After Effects, Modul8, and Madmapper.
About the Speaker:
Mark completed his BFA and MFA degrees at Florida Atlantic University with a major in Computer Art and Animation. He has over 10 years experience as a professional including teaching at the university level.
He currently is an Assistant professor at Lynn University teaching in the multimedia design program. Previously, he was employed at American Intercontinental University teaching courses in game design and Florida Atlantic University teaching courses in Digital Compositing, 3d modeling, and Animation.