There were four thematic scenes. The actual set was composed of white panels (stage left and stage right) and a white curtain behind the upstage, simplifying the projection mapping process. After the preparation of the first virtual sets, the adjustment of the commenced. The light technician has been working along with the TUC TIE Lab researchers in order to define the optimal relationship between the stage lighting and the computer-generated visuals. The interaction was limited to selecting the appropriate scene from a series of predefined sequences. Additionally, there was a scene containing interactive linear visual elements connected to an external microphone. These elements were activated during a scene when the protagonist was being “electrocuted”. The lines were reacting to his voice pitch and a flashing glitch -similar to TV static noise- background effect complemented the dramatic scene.
Concept Design, 2D content creation (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator), 3D content creation (Adobe After Effects), Animation (Adobe After Effects), Projection Setup Design-Planning-Implementation, Projection Mapping (MadMapper)
Supervisors: K.-A. Oungrinis
Project Team: I. Paterakis, N. Manoudaki, I. Vgontzas
Collaboration: X. Kontou, C. Rahiotis
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