History of Video Mapping Toolkits
Video Mapping Toolkits were originally developed by new media artist Alexander Kuiava as additional elements for video compositing with Video Mapping Loops. While Video Mapping Loops are designed to “break down” architecture by changing the geometry of the facade, the animated elements in Video Mapping Toolkits are created to highlight specific elements of the facade: Columns, Arcs, Windows, Pillars, Cornices, etc.
The first Video Mapping Toolkits were created in 2014 and sold on the LIME ART GROUP website. Today, you can purchase Video Mapping Toolkits on this website as well as on the official Video Mapping Store.
With each passing year, collections of Video Mapping Toolkits have helped many artists and companies create delightful video mapping shows, saving them a lot of time and achieving very beautiful results. Interestingly, such content can be used not only for video mapping projections but also in the fields of augmented reality, virtual reality, and game development.