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1minute Projection Mapping is an international competition and one of the biggest mapping contests displaying video works onto an existing building in Asia area.
1minute Projection Mapping is an international competition and one of the biggest mapping contests displaying video works onto an existing building in Asia area.Projection mapping has been recognized as a cool and hot media art in the world. In Japan,the “1minute Projection Mapping” started in 2012, and many great artworks from the world have been demonstrated at several art festivals.It has been a great opportunity for many people to understand and enjoy "projection mapping" in open space.
We change the festiavl place to Odawara Castle from 8th edition in 2019.You can see various and high quality works from all over the world,It is the the one and only projection mapping project.
「1minute Projection Mapping in Odawara Castle」has finished on 23rd September 2019. Thank you to all the artist, to everyone who came, and to all the juries!
The digest video has been uploaded so have a look!
The next competition will be announced in the near future. Stay tune!
"1minute Projection Mapping" was held as a projection mapping show to the first architecture in the country which was held in Zushi City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Since the following year it has been held annually as a festival of art called Zushi Media Art Festival (ZMAF).
And in 2012, we will hold the first "1minute Projection Mapping".
You can see the past winning works and the contents of the event from the link below.