Way Beyond Warp and Blend
Fast, fully automated multi-projection mapping software agnostic to surface shape complexity or size
Summit Technology Laboratory has created the next generation platform for Spatially Augmented Reality (SAR).
Introducing Artemis™, a unitary software that uses computer vision and complex algorithms to fully automate the projection mapping pipeline. Artemis™ is agnostic to shape complexity or size of the projection surface, easily scales resolution via tiling and brightness via superimposition of multiple projectors, handles high degrees of ambient lighting and integrates seamlessly with UnReal Engine™ based image generators.
Since Artemis™ is centered around computer vision and complex computational methods to automate every function, the set-up time for a multi-projector system is measured in minutes not hours or days like traditional projection mapping systems. No more manual alignments, no more hand-tweaking grids, no longer constrained to basic shapes or expensive LIDAR scans. Artemis™ can capture the most complex of shapes to include 360 degree and is capable of front, rear or a combination. It works on static, dynamic and even deformable surfaces and can automatically generate the 3D mesh of the projection surface, at a density of your choice .
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- Adam “Trader” Chitwood, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF
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