Entramado

March 18th, 2008

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Pablo Valbuena made a name last year with his ‘Augmented Sculpture Series‘, they are a combination of 3D objects with precisely mapped video projections. Here he had full control over the composition of the 3D objects. But in his latest project called ‘Entramado‘, he took his concept outside to an urban environment in Madrid. The result is …
As always, watch the videos!

5 Responses to “Entramado”

  1. Pablo Valbuena | Delicious Ghost Says:

    […] Valbuena projects line drawings onto 3-D spaces with video projectors. A recent installation. Via Today and Tomorrow. Mar 25th, 2008 by Cliff Kuang | Posted in Art […]

  2. Light Sculpture – today and tomorrow Says:

    […] The sculpture itself, ‘Halbzeug’, was made by visomat inc. You probably want to check Pablo Valbuena’s work too if you like […]

  3. Polygon Playground – today and tomorrow Says:

    […] you like this, you’ll probably also want to see Pablo Valbuena’s work, without the interactive part though. found at MAKE […]

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    […] Berlin. The sculpture itself, ‘Halbzeug’, was made by visomat inc. You probably want to check Pablo Valbuena’s work too if you like […]

  5. Video Projections on 3D Objects - today and tomorrow Says:

    […] I’m really into these video projections on 3D objects and buildings. I always wondered how they do that, how they match the […]

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