Projection

Austral Floral Ballet created by Andrew Thomas Huang for Sydney Opera House.

Creating audio visual narratives that bring events, activations, exhibitions and urban spaces to life. From large-scale projections on to the Sydney Opera House seen by millions of people through to intimate single-user interactives for permanent exhibitions.

Metamathemagical created by Jonathan Zawada for Sydney Opera House.

Projection mapping on the sails of the Sydney Opera House provides a highly prominent and large-scale graphic canvas to explore contemporary notions of “Australianness” during VIVID.

Always looking for opportunities to push creative boundaries, both Jonathan Zawada and Andrew Thomas Huang have created unique and vibrant animations that deepen the audience’s sense of wonder.

Elements created by TEM for Selfridges, London.

For the Google Pixel 2 installation at Selfridges, TEM’s Elements invited visitors to stand within the projected light surfaces to be fully immersed.

Taking inputs from visitors to create a mandala-like audio and visual representation, a Pixel 2 then captured a series of images at a specific point of view around the visitor, creating a unique and shareable portrait.

We have developed custom projection mapping and line of sight software tools to experiment with the way that images and video can be projected onto 3 dimensional objects in challenging layouts. This allows for onsite modifications during testing and installation finalisation. For Penguin Parade we created 3D environments in Unity and integrated Microsoft Kinect for tracking purposes. Penguin Habitats are projected large scale in front of visitors so they can play with their penguin avatars, catching fish, avoiding predators and making their way to the burrows.

Artist render for Daniel Askill's conceptual projection for Nic Zinner's 41 Strings at Sydney Opera House.