Technology meets dance

3D Projection mapping dance

Dancer Bends Light in Stunning Projection-Mapped Performance

A dancer takes a visual journey into a 3D space between dreams and reality inside a cube, interacting with the 3D projection art. Technology meets art in this stunning piece of performance.

Hakanaï, a digital solo performance from Adrien M / Claire B 3D Mapping Performance

The performance symbolises the union of two Japanese characters—one meaning “man” and the other “dream”—used to define the ephemeral and the fragile.

In this environment, a dancer moves within the cube, interacting with the images projected on its walls, tracing arcing parabolas and sine waves with hands, arms, and feet.

The choreographed performance installation combines video projection mapping, CGI, and sensors, dynamically responding to the movements and proximity of the performer.

The visuals and how the dancer interacts mean that with each given performance, a unique performance is the result. Performer meets programming and the interactivity of the space.

This creative piece of innovative dance performance from Mondot and Bardainne, is inspired from mathematical sources, reflecting the world around them.

The gap between technology, performance and art seem to be blending with the like of this sort of innovative and mesmerising performance.

Further dance performances involving 3D mapping projections to encompass the space of the dance performance has been explored previously with a group of dancers interacting in an ever changing space, as seen below.

The gap between technology and art indeed seems to be blurring, a stunning evolution in expressive art is indeed becoming a dynamic place.

Tags: art