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Zsuzsanna Benkó, Author at LIMELIGHT - 3D projection mapping Zsuzsanna Benkó, Author at LIMELIGHT - 3D projection mapping

From No Experience in Projection Mapping to Team Member of Limelight – Meet Alex


In the fourth and final part of our series introducing the Masterclass Vol. 1 applicants, we bring you the story of Alex, who had no experience in projection mapping before applying to the program, yet he is part of the Limelight team now.

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From Macau to Norway Through the Love of Projection Mapping – Introducing Casber

Sign of Life

Here we go again, this is part three of our series introducing the Masterclass Vol. 1 applicants. Meet Casber, Creative Director and Founder of a multimedia solution studio based in Macau. He’s been working in the field of projection mapping since 2013, and his works include landmarks of Macau such as the Ruins of St Paul’s, the Dream Mall in Taiwan, the Niigata History Museum in Japan, and the Bellevue Palace in Germany. “I found out about Limelight Academy through Facebook, and I straight away got inspired to create the application video, so I didn’t hesitate,” says Casber. “International experience is something I value a lot, so I got excited about the opportunity of working with Limelight and their talented artists,” he adds.

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When Architecture Meets Visuals – Introducing Kasia

The Hum

Part two of our series introducing the Masterclass Vol. 1 applicants is here. Meet Kasia, a Polish architect by trade who has been working as a VJ creating generative visuals for clubs, festivals and gigs.

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Talking Heads Around the World – An Installation by Viktor Vicsek

Over the course of the last couple of weeks, international media including The Economist and Business Insider covered Limelight Co-Founder Viktor Vicsek’s spectacular installation, Talking Heads, which is now part of the Light Art Collection of Amsterdam Light Festival. And to top that, a photo of Talking Heads is now also available in the Getty Images library. What is fame if not this?

The installation has been travelling the world, and you might have had the chance to see it at various light festivals including the Norrköping Light Festival, the Toronto Light Festival, the Amsterdam Light Festival and, most recently, the Pulse Light Festival in Hong Kong.

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Listen, Learn and Do Your Best – Meet Soma

Secrets of the Universe

As Masterclass Vol. 2 is well under its way, we look back at Limelight Academy’s first program and introduce you to the talented applicants, who will tell you about their views on Limelight Academy and the highs and lows of Masterclass Vol 1. We start the series off by introducing Soma, a Hungarian motion graphic designer.

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Size Doesn’t Always Matter / Limelight x Gabriel Schama

Limelight Projection Mapping and Gabriel Schama Studios are proud to announce Cathedral of Thieves, a collaboration of intricate wood art and stunning video mapping. Recently premiered in Los Angeles, this limited edition art installation is available for exhibition at festivals, art museums and galleries.

Cathedral of Thieves is brought to life by the projection mapping artwork of Limelight, and with that, a new art form was born. Instead of a big-scale mapping piece for a huge building, this time it’s all about tiny details. And it works! Oh, man, it works perfectly. The video of the artwork went viral pretty fast, appearing on art, design and visual culture profiles like Colossal.

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Dreams Come True: The First Experience with my Lovechild, Limelight Academy

It’s my personal purpose to create artworks that raise awareness and inspire people all around the globe. We’re lucky to create in an art form that can reach millions of people, and even though it usually isn’t considered street art or public art, I have always looked at projection mapping that way. Read more

“A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one” – Meet Viktor Vicsek

In current usage, the above phrase is usually meant sarcastically. Calling someone a “jack of all trades” implies that they aren’t very skillful in any of the areas in which they claim expertise, their knowledge or skills are superficial rather than comprehensive. However, the phrase was formerly intended as a compliment, meaning that a person is a generalist rather than a specialist, versatile and adept at many things. That’s how I see Viktor. He was among the very first ones out there working with projection mapping in the 90s, and man he slays! Animation, light installation, technical details of all the equipment that exist, and millions of hacks you use when budgets pose a challenge – he always has an idea. I would say he’s a polymath, but he would hate that. I’m not sure he would even be chuffed to be part of this website. Read more