NFL Super Bowl LIV Miami Projection Mapping
Miami, Florida, USA – 2020: Through Projection Mapping Solutions by Omnispace’s team of engineers and technicians we have developed the ability to create giant projected holograms to cities and buildings around the world. With the debut being the epic Hard Rock Stadium!
Using video projection mapping into a giant translucent projection screen material and a massive 36 projector array of some of the biggest and brightest projectors on the planet, we braved wind and rain to create the largest projection mapped holographic display ever created.
“Inspired by the “bat signal”, we set out to create a “beacon in the sky” for the NFL with projection mapping!”, said Chris Lawes, CEO of Omnispace.
After two years of development and testing, sky projection was debuted at Super Bowl LIV. But when you see this new sky projection technology in action, you realize it is so much better than the bat signal ever was. Hovering over Hard Rock Stadium was a full display of motion graphics.
Utilizing the Omnispace Media Server technology, our team was able to map the display so that the projector array was perfectly aligned and calibrated to create a single holographic projection mapped image in the sky.
“The amazing thing is that this is just the tip of the iceberg! We can do all kinds of fun things with this technology from making it dynamic with real-time interactivity or even live camera feeds.” Said Nitai Flick, Omnispace’s CTO
Our creative teams work directly with the NFL and the various NFL teams to integrate their branding into the projection mapping so that it accurately reflected their brand guidelines and met their standards.
If you are interested in learning more about sky projection or holographic projection mapping technology and how it can be applied to one of your projects, please contact us to arrange a meeting to discuss further. Also, you can connect with our team on social media at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.
Omnispace was the technology designer, integrator and programmer on this project which was produced in partnership with bluemedia.