3D Mapping – Onionlab

3D Mapping

Onionlab has been producing and developing 3D mappings for over 10 years. We are pioneers and are constantly developing new concepts and approaches to push the boundaries of this revolutionary technique. Thanks to 3D mapping, we have been able to revive and transform the world’s most eminent facades into unimaginable journeys. Our objective is to keep evolving and improving this technique.

Palacio de la Magdalena

A projection mapping on the façade of the Palacio de la Magdalena that reviews the history of the Menendez Pelayo International University and celebrates its 90th anniversary.

Climate

A digital dialogue between two parallel futures: a world free of global warming or the devastation of our planet.

Edition

Mapping for the Duomo restaurant at the Edition Hotel in Dubai. Classical paintings turned into digital art, giving a new value to the space.

Paradoxa

3D mapping for the Solid Light Festival in Rome with the concept of time-traveling.

El Prado

3D projection mapping part of the show “Museo del Prado: Un lugar de memoria y futuro”.

Ulterior

Ulterior is a 3D mapping projected onto the façade of the Pantheon accompanied by LEDs and lights.

Axioma

Axioma is a stereoscopic 3D mapping show.

Diplopia

Diplopia is an stereoscopic anaglyph mapping piece that revolves around the concept of binocular vision.

Evolució – Signal Festival

A 3D projection mapping is conceived as an open transformation process that can be adapted to different facades and projection surfaces.

Evolució

Mapping Festival 2013 (Geneva). A piece that revolves around the graphic and sound abstraction of the concept it is named after: evolution.

A-cero

"A-cero XV Aniversario" is a 3D mapping projection directed by Onionlab on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the architecture studio A-cero.

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Onionlab has been producing and developing 3D mappings for over 5 years. We are pioneers and are constantly developing new concepts and approaches to push the boundaries of this revolutionary technique. Thanks to 3D mapping, we have been able to revive and transform the world’s most eminent facades into unimaginable journeys. Our objective is to keep evolving and improving this technique.