spider projection: 3 D video mapping by friedrich van schoor
spider projection: 3 D video mapping by friedrich van schoor spider projection: 3 D video mapping by friedrich van schoor
sep 26, 2012

spider projection: 3 D video mapping by friedrich van schoor

‘spider projection’ by friedrich van schoor, 2012 all images courtesy friedrich van schoor

german freelance designer frederick van schoor, who specializes in 3D and motion fields has developed a truly terrifying video mapping installation in which two giant spiders move quickly about the top floor of a glass-front home. the artist explains his process in a making-of and finished product short film in which the viewer realizes von schoor actually built a to-scale model of the projection space, enclosing a spider within the structure,  drawing the form of the installation from the creature’s rapid movement.

‘spider projection’ by friedrich van schoor, 2012

a passerby is pictured watching the 3D moving light artwork

conceptual drawings of ‘spider projection’

a lighting test of van schoor’s installation

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