The University of Tokyo designed a high-speed projector that projects 1,000 frames per second, what they say is the world’s fastest. By using the projector alongside a 3D-mapping system and precise sensor tracking, the video creators were able to change the look of the dancers and the aesthetics of the video in real time. INORI (prayer) is a dance performance video that uses real-time facial projection mapping to change the look of the dancer’s faces. Over the course of the video, the dancers are made to look like skulls with empty eye sockets, big-toothed clowns, and terrifying dolls with their jaws unhinged.
Via: The Verge