Nov.17, 2014

Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax has partnered with design company Piloci Studio Co. to create an amazing multimedia installation 'Mappingwall' using video mapping and 3D printing technology. This Mappingwall is designed for Zortrax's grand opening of their first 3D printing store in Krakow, Poland.

Piloci came up with the idea of building an LED-illuminated display wall over a year ago. But without appropriate technical capabilities it was impossible to bring it to reality. Until they met Zortrax and learned about 3D printing technology, they decided to cooperate with 3D printer startup.

Zortrax and Piloci have spent months preparing the project. 'Mappingwall' was built with 332 3D printed pyramids. All the pyramids were 3D printed on Zortrax M200 3D printers, using transparent filament. They were then connected to create a wall measuring 160cm (63in.) each side. The wall is divided into four equal triangles, each of them is filled with 83 pyramids. The team then used programmable Led RGB lighting and video mapping technology to turn their design into an interactive multimedia display with light show and background music.

The Mappingwall was displayed at the Zortrax store's grand opening in Kraków in October 24th 2014 to guests and media representatives. The grand opening was a great success. Zortrax now plans to build bigger and more advanced installation in the future, says the company.

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Joshua Martins wrote at 11/17/2014 11:29:32 PM:

Amazing project! I wonder how great will be the next project

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