We hope you are having a great summer!
We’re excited to share that we will be revealing LFC and LF2 on October 22nd. Full product specifications and pricing will be made available at that time. We have received the first 35 internal alpha units of LFC and LF2 and are working on integrating them with the the Lightform Creator software. In case you missed it, you can read more about the new products in this sneak peek email.
In the meantime, we thought you might enjoy seeing some of the projects our customers have been making with Lightform. We hope they get you excited about creating your own projected AR experiences!
Amazing Exhibit at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York by Jen Stark
Earlier this month Lightform collaborated with artist Jen Stark for the opening of her show “Dimensionality” at Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC. The piece features generative projection animations using Lightform Creator and custom animations by Ray Chang, our in-house motion designer. Ray used After Effects to create the custom animations from our office, using only the Illustrator assets that Jen provided us with. Once there in person, Ray and the rest of our creative team used LF1 to map the artwork, sequence the animations, and blend the effects with video to create the animations for the show.
User Projects Made With Lightform:
Renegade Projection Mapping by Ryan McCoy
D4 Visuals strike again with these renegade projections in the streets of St. Louis!
Mapping a House with Lightform by Brad Herman
“From immersive light show to Halloween creep show in under a second.” Brad lit up his house using the Epson 1060 kit projector. He used a combination of Lightform Creator effects and his own custom effects to create what you see here.
Jesse James Allen Projections
“Set me in front of a mural or let me run wild in a Sculpture Garden. What I have discovered with these simple things is the tip of the iceberg of what I now know is possible.” Check it out on his instagram!
Dance School Wall Mapping by David Beck at Iki Techno
David used Lightform and Ableton integration to sync audio with these projections on the wall inside of a dance school. Watch it here!
Ocean World Community Arts Installation by John Sutcliffe
John Sutcliffe of Hanging Boots Creative put together a collection of art installations for the 2019 Dronfield Arts Festival in the UK. “Ocean World” is an interactive and immersive AR projection that uses 3D spatial sensors.
We are so excited by all the possibilities that these new products will bring, and we can’t wait to see what you will create with Lightform.
As always, feel free to get in touch with us via our contact form here or simply reply to this email if you have any questions.