What is 3D Mapping?
3D Mapping is based on a projection method that uses objects as a surface instead of screens. When an animation is projected on this object, it turns it into a 3D model creating an interactive display.
The objects used as a surface can range from buildings, theater stages going to small random objects. With the use of a specified software, the object is reproduced spatially in the same environment of the real projection. Then, with the use of a projector, the animation created will be projected on the real object fitting its surface. Normally, the projection is backed up with audio sounds or music.