The mind-blowing tech demo you’re about to see was captured live, with absolutely no post-production or digital trickery. It’s called “Box”, created by San Francisco design / engineering studio Bot & Dolly, and “shows off their robotic camera systems by projection mapping a 3D animation onto two screens as they’re waved around by one and a half ton robotic arms.” Continue reading for more.

In July, Boing Boing co-sponsored the Robot Film Festival held in their incredible studios.

There I learned that while this film appears to be shot from a hand-held camera, it’s probably made with a camera on a robot arm following a recorded path made by motion tracking a hand-held camera to a tenth-of-a-millimeter precision.

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