“When we were mapping the Hill of Wishes the biggest problem we had was the many steps and different levels of the structure,” says Duc Nguyen. “Using conventional methods, we would have had to cover each step with a separate projector, but with the help of disguise, we were able to cover three tiers with one projector. To be honest, I was not really confident this could be done until I saw the results, which amazed me!”
Duc was using the third-party Mapping Matter software to do their projection studies analysis. “Its coordinates could be input manually into disguise, and that helped me a lot for configuring the projector in the media server,” he says.