Two projects I worked on in 2015 with AV&C involved projection mapping techniques.
The first one, for Beacon Capital (via ESI Design) was the Lobby of 180 LaSalle in Chicago. I brought in Ugo Casanello to lead the effort in designing a 3d model that could be used for mapping, and then calculate the optimal projector positions. We decided to use a photogrammetric approach to the construction of the 3d model vs Lidar Scanning, which produced a much more usable and accurate geometry. My role was then to ingest the model and the projector positions in TouchDesigner, adapt the mapping done in theory to the realities of the space, blend the projectors and finalize the warping.
For the second one, which also was a collaboration with Ugo Casanello, the goal was to map a curved surface in a sales center for a Zaha Hadid designed building. A similar approach was used, this time to blend 4 projectors, but with the added challenge of a deep curve with extreme overlaps. More images here