University of Cambridge Speeches Are Paired with Projection Mapped Spectacles

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Artist Miguel Chevalier recently paired a series of speeches at the University of Cambridge with thematic projection mapped designs that were generated in real time. The spectacular images were splashed upon the walls of King’s College Chapel.

As My Modern Met explains, "The imagery had its own digital language to interpret and illustrate the subjects being talked about, including health, Africa, biology, physics, and more. Stephen Hawking’s speech, for instance, presented research on black holes. To complement it, Chevalier paired it with thousands of constellations that transported the room into deep space."

Watch it in action below.

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