Diplopia

Diplopia is an anaglyph stereoscopic mapping that revolves around the concept of binocular vision, that is to say, how our eyes merge two separate images to perceive a single object. Two different points of view that arise as a consequence of binocular disparity.

Mapping Projection for Solid Light Festival

Diplopia is the first 3D anaglyph mapping piece created and projected in Spain at The International Mapping Festival of Girona 2015 opening ceremony.

In keeping with the main theme of the FIMG 2015—contradictions—, Diplopia focuses on opposing concepts, such as light and darkness, flexible versus rigid, near and far, noise and silence, wet and dry… The volumetric contrasts and illusion of depth create images intended to confuse, unsettle and fascinate the public.

Mapping Projection for Solid Light Festival

In order to enjoy the projection mapping, we strongly recommend to use 3D anaglyph/stereoscopic glasses. If you don’t have any around, please watch the 2D version and try to get ones. But do watch the 3D version. It is worth it!

Mapping Projection for Solid Light Festival

Credits:

Onionlab Crew
Direction: Jordi Pont
Technical direction: Jordi Pont
Producer: Laia Alabart
3D Artists: Santiago Morrison, Aris Serrallonga, Jera Calderon, Federico Morrison
Compositing: Santiago Morrison
Music and sound design: Unai Lazcano