Chicago Projection Mapping Unveils New Demo Video For 2015

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Demo Reel Showcases Three Dimensional Video Projection Mapping - 3D Mapping Samples

3D Video Mapping - Winter

3D Video Mapping - Winter

As much as possible, we like to show the entire process of projection mapping

Chicago based 3D projection mapping company Chicago Projection Mapping (CPM) is proud to announce the successful creation and distribution of a new demo reel, showcasing new and innovative work accomplished over the past year. The demo reel features a wide variety of the projection and video mapping created by Chicago Projection Mapping, including both indoor and outdoor installations, permanent installations, and temporary installations for live events and celebrations. The sample reel shows the high quality of work accomplished--in a wide variety of venues—by the team at CPM.

The demo video is important for creating a feel for how three-dimensional projection mapping works in a given space. The 3D mapping technology itself is relatively new and innovative, so many prospective clients don’t necessarily know what is possible or what, exactly, they are looking for. The demo reel helps manifest a sense of capabilities and possibilities, so clients can visualize the energy, dynamics, and “wow-factor” of the end result. This helps explain why Chicago Projection Mapping chose to include behind-the-scenes and setup shots in the reel, something that is notable among demo presentations.

“As much as possible, we like to show the entire process,” Mark Smith, founder of Chicago Projection Mapping said. “Sometimes the work is just so seamless, especially with our architectural projection mapping, that we have to peel back some of the layers so potential clients can see all of the work and skill that goes into pulling something like that off.” He also states that the bulk of the demo reel focuses on the finished product and crowd reactions, something potential clients are keen to watch. The demo video also makes for entertaining viewing on its own, thanks in large part to the intricacy and variety of content on display.

As with any demo reel, the video showcases a wide variety of finished projects. However, several notable sections truly stand out. First and foremost is a project created for a Los Angeles Halloween and Day of the Dead Celebration. This projection entertainment featured dancing characters on custom tombstones. Another high-profile project included in the demo is the 3D architecture projection project created for the historic Somerset Place, in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago. This installation was hugely successful, and will continue to impress residents and potential residents at Somerset Place for years to come.

Projects such as the Somerset Place residential installation and the Halloween celebratory outdoor installation show both the huge demand for 3D projection mapping, and the huge potential of the medium. Three-dimensional and 4D projection mapping is a great way to get a customer’s attention in an ever-more crowded landscape, and it’s a great way to make your business stand out—whether you’re using projection mapping for professional conferences or business meetings, in residential settings or corporate settings. Projection mapping has the power to tap into the imagination, to get people thinking and feeling in a new way. It’s an innovative, powerful technology that, as can be seen in the demo reel release by Chicago Projection Mapping, in the right hands can generate blockbuster results. To inquire about projection mapping for your project, contact Chicago Projection Mapping by e. mail at info(at)ChicagoProjectionMapping(dot)com.

About Chicago Projection Mapping: Based in Chicago, IL, Chicago Projection Mapping is a full service content creation, 3D & 4D projection mapping company, serving the corporate, event, meeting, and convention sectors. For more information, please visit, or call 630-620-0000.

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