2013 – Bréda Kastély – Lőkösháza

Bréda Kastély – Lőkösháza – start: May 2013

http://www.bredakastely.hu

Breda Castle – permanent projection-mapping installation since 2013

Magyarország keleti határánál nagyszerű kezdeményezés során valósult meg az a merész ötlet, hogy Lőkösháza közelében egy új turisztikai attrakció jöjjön létre. Mára az ötlet valósággá vált: 2013 májusától kezdődően, Európa első állandó kültéri épületvetítéseként nyitja meg kapuit a Bréda Kastély a nyilvánosság számára. Sötétedés után, minden nap, minden órában egy nagyfelbontású épületvetítés lesz látható.

Close to the East border of Hungary a great initiative for saving a small castle by creating a new touristic attraction seemed to be a daring idea. Today, the idea became reality: starting with May 2013 Europe’s first permanent video mapping projection will be launched. All those who would like to have a wonderful evening are welcome to visit the castle and it’s surroundings. After dark, an artistic video mapping show will be projected every day, each hour.

BREDA MANSION HUNGARY – FIRST PERMANENT ARCHITECTURAL MAPPING IN EUROPE IN JUNE 2013

role: scanning, and creating some 3d animation for the installation

Architectural Workshops:
Since then the castle’s 3d model and the physical mock-up of the building has been served as a projection-mapping template for learning the basics of video-mapping at my video-mapping workshops and courses/ lectures around the globe. More than 100+ students got in touch with projection-mapping techniques with the help of this relatively small but cute building/ model. 🙂

3D artists:
Laszlo Zsolt Bordos, Ivo Kovacs, Daniel Szalko, Demeter Lorant, Andras Miklos Balogh, Zoltan Kovacs, Adam Sipos
Music: Imre Czomba
SFX: Alex Hunyadi
Art director: Bordos.Artworks
Projection Sys: Andras Schmid / DNN 360
Organized by: Informax Euro K+F Nonprofit Kft.

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