Super good, Superbien

Projection mapping is a lovely thing to behold and this new installation by French team, Superbien, is certainly no exception

Projection mapping is a lovely thing to behold and this new installation by French team, Superbien, is certainly no exception…

Created for communications company Alcatel-Lucent’s appearance at the world mobile congress in April, the film shows the colourful results of some multiple LED projectors mapping a series of animations upon a stack of innocuous-looking white boxes.

Spotted on the blog of, the projection (titled ‘Step into the sensory box’) also appears to work across a range of surface depths, which only adds to the entrancing quality of the piece.

The Paris-based Superbien is Tom Chosson, Cedric de Azevedo and Alex Mestrot. This 2009 piece by the studio, Le Nuage, was beamed onto the walls of a street in Paris.

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