Russian art group in[visible] studio created a miniature real life version of the bloodiest battle of World War II. They used projection mapping to bring a small-scale model of the city ruins to life with planes and soldiers fighting. The result is incredibly realistic.

Projection mapping a popular process where an image is digitally processed and projected onto a 3D surface. Maybe schools will have installations like this in the future, but even board games or anything with minifigures would look crazy with a technique like this included.

Permanent projection installation for the State Museum ā€œStalingrad Battleā€. 3D modeled, videomapped and blended simultaneously in a hardcore way - directly on the object, without any source sketches or drawings.

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