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Lightform Projection Mapping At Concerts And Shows

Are you hosting an event that needs a visual edge? Lightform offers you a projection mapping solution for a spectacular display at concerts and shows. Connect the Lightform device to any PC projector and scan complex rooms and venues, mapping your video to all objects.

The Lightform device features an onboard camera, using it to scan any venue, wirelessly transmitting the data to your desktop interface. The app generates filters and effects using the data, allowing for the easy creation of amazing projection mapping displays for shows and concerts.

The Lightform device also scans the scene periodically, detecting any changes in the environment. The Lightform AI automatically adjusts the alignment of the display to account for subtle changes.

Lightform offers users end-to-end workflows suitable for projection mapping. The device allows for easy 3D scanning, content creation, and deployment by a single user. Both novices and experts will find Lightform's simplistic interface easy to master.

By leveraging the Lightform platform and its computer vision, users can automate programming displays while simultaneously creating content that meets their event needs.

The 3D scanning information drives AI-generated visual effects created using real-time filters. Users can seamlessly integrate them into their displays, creating spectacular motion content.

The Lightform device utilizes cutting-edge computer vision for automated alignment of the display, helping users focus on technical execution aspects in their projects.

Expansive Effects Library for Shows and Concerts

The Lightform platform comes packed with features. You get access to dozens of visual effects in its media library, allowing for next-level displays in any venue.

Effortlessly apply motion content and animations to your displays. You get TV static, Checkerboard, Fireworks, Tron, and Fireflies. The Lightform device comes with pre-programmed video effects like Current, Crumble, Pixilate, Echoes, Water, Ripple, and Tile waves.

Users also have the option of adding text to displays, and you have the option of importing custom GIFs, images, and videos into your presentations. The Creator module comes with drag-and-drop functionality, unlocking flexibility in your displays.

The Creator module offers support for various image and video formats, including JPEG and MP4.

Intelligent Scanning Technology

The Lightform platform uses "visible structured light" processes in its displays.

The built-in camera unit scans the venue, capturing visible-structured-light patterns. As a result, the user benefits from superior color imaging.

The Lightform scanning turns the projector lens in the device into a camera and a light source. The platform processes the scan data, making the selection of display surfaces easy. The processing scan also drives the majority of the Lightform platform's visual effects.

After the camera completes its scan, the Lightform Creator program loads a file containing scene maps of the venue. Users can leverage the program's design tool functions through the scanning process, selecting complex, non-geometric shapes, and forms.

The depth and color information in the scan allows for customizable displays to suit any venue dynamics, lighting requirements, and display options. Any custom design edits will overlay on top of your reference images, i.e., the scan.

Any overlayed visual effects automatically align with the venue in real-time, eliminating the user's need for conventional venue mapping workflows.

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