SPIE Projection Mapping (3D Illumination) Show

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SPIE Projection Mapping (3D Illumination) Show 

International Society for Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) under the Student Affairs Department organized an Intra GIK event “3D Illumination” on 22nd September 2022 at the Library Courtyard.  

3D Illumination is a type of laser effect used to accentuate specific features on an object, provide lighting or more vivid colors to an area, or to alter perspective to fit a specific view. 

This could be something as simple as outlining the edges of a building and adding more colors and even motion to make it more attractive and help easily grab the attention of nearby customers. Another example would be highlighting specific portions of a car during its unveiling, adding more visual layers to stimulate viewers senses and encourage excitement for the release. 

The potential uses for 3D Illumination are virtually endless. Laser mapping is an incredible and diverse laser effect, it can be used on its own without the need for other effects, and it can just as easily be combined with other types of laser effects or elements to create an elaborate show. 

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