Ricardo Rivera and his team of visual scientists at Klip Collective were invited to showcase their stunning projections at last year’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. To no one’s surprise, they were invited back again this year.
If you’re not familiar, Klip is known for pretty much pioneering projection mapping – a technique that creates spatially augmented reality by aligning 3D points on a 2D plane. It might sound confusing but essentially they use projectors to make flat surfaces look more dimensional and active than they really are.
The Philadelphia creative firm was asked to create the film fest’s official intro that’s being shown before every Sundance screening. Additionally, they have an installation on display on the facade of the Egyptian Theatre in Park City.
Klip has had there hand in a number of major projects for Target, Temple University's award-winning "Temple Made" campaign, SyFy Network, and Adult Swim. You may have also see Klip's work at the local events like Waterfront Winterfest and Making Time.