A new type of CGI where real-time animation is being projected onto the moving model.
Like this surreal image:
Nobumichi Asai is a Japanese artist who creates this real-time face tracking and projection installation, together with a team of CGI, graphic design and makeup specialists.
The project, called Omote ("face" or "surface" in Japanese), is a breakthrough in motion tracking and projection mapping since it projects the computer graphics onto moving location, the model's face in this case.
Some say this is kind of electronic makeup, which constantly changes while follwoing the person's movements.
The video below shows the best its concept:
Amazing virtual makeup, don't you think?
Actually, Asai's work also includes 3D projections on buildings and at different events in Japan.
For example this one in Yokohama:
And this one in Fukushima:
Or this 3D hologram dance:
Don't you feel the future is here?
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