Hfour’s Stuart Ward was contacted by VIVO Media Arts to instruct a projection mapping workshop. At the time, it was Vancouver’s first projection mapping instructional program, and may remain the only video mapping workshop in British Columbia.
The work demonstrated in the pictures and video was a collaborative process created along with the students enrolled in the class, with content provided by Hfour.
Each workshop series was 12 hours long, divided into 4 sessions. By the end of the workshop series, students were technically proficient at controlling video content with VJ software as well as mapping the video content onto geometric surfaces. The plinths provided at VIVO proved to be excellent shapes for an initial mapping course.
“I wanted to let you know I’ve gotten some great feedback from your students already and have been very pleased with how well you teach. […] I feel lucky to have found you!”
– Education Director, VIVO Media Arts
Special gratitude to VIVO Media Arts & the brilliant students who made life so easy.