Projection Mapping is a projection technology used to turn objects, often irregularly shaped, into a display surface for video projection. These objects may be complex industrial landscapes, such as buildings. Almost any surface can be used to ‘become a dynamic video display of 2D and 3D images that can transform what is reality for the audience into illusions and images of infinite possibilities’.
Although Projection Mapping has a fairly long history, it was only recently that people became familiar with this technology.

Our first attempt goes back to 2003 at “Volkswagen Touareg presentation”. We created magnificent imagery space with PIGI, the projector that has the world highest illuminance,
Then it continued to “Tokyo Millenario D-K LIVE” in 2005, “Volkswagen Passat Presentation” in 2006, “TMG Degital Kakejiku” in 2010, “Hokkaido Noppon-Ham Fighters opening game 3D mapping” and “Sosei River Park 3D Projection Mapping” in 2012. The most recent examples were “Hoheikan Projection Mapping” and “Audi Booth Projection Mapping Show” at 64th Sapporo Snow Festival in 2013. These two were especially challenging since the objects were snow. We now can proudly say that we are one of the best Japanese companies that has Projection Mapping know-how.