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3D Mapping

László Zsolt Bordos, Viktor Vicsek, Ivó Kovács

Musée d'art et d'histoire
Tuesday 23 – Friday 26 May
10:00 – 17:00
CHF 350.-, registration required
Number of participants 12 max.
Languages English
Required skills This workshop is intended for people of any age, with a basic or intermediate level, interested in 3D mapping and wishing to acquire basic knowledge in the field of 2D and 3D content creation.
Required material Participants should bring their own laptop (with Windows or Mac OS).
Registration Please sign up via the dedicated form
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Workshop schedule:

- Tuesday, May 23: 11am-5pm

- Wednesday, May 24: 10am-5pm

- Thursday, May 25: 10am-5pm + 9pm-0am

- Friday, May 26 (public presentation): 10pm-0am / Doors open at 8pm

1184 mapping festival 2012 05 19 s pecorini ork ch b31c4713Over the course of this four-day workshop, participants will first acquire basic knowledge of mapping techniques (2D, 2,5D, 3D), photometry, lenses, and content creation. They will then use software such as Photoshop, AfterEffects, 3dsMax, C4D, Realflow and MadMapper to create content and ultimately work on its rendering and finalisation.

At the end of the workshop, the content created by participants will be publicly screened at the Museum of Art and History of Geneva (MAH).

In collaboration with the MAH


László Zsolt Bordos


László Zsolt Bordos (also known as Bordos.ArtWorks) is a 3D mapping artist living in Budapest, Hungary. He started as a VJ in year 2000, performing in the underground party culture of Budapest. With his participation to huge size architectural slide projections (2002-2005) and his outrageous video projections and 3D mapping projects (2006-present), he became a pioneer of the genre. Since year 2010, cooperating with other artists he started to run the projects under the name "Bordos.ArtWorks and Invited Artists", which became internationally recognized as eminent representatives of video projection mapping. Since late 2014, Bordos is focusing on solo art projects, installations, architectural and scenery projections for theaters and operas.


Viktor Vicsek


Viktor Vicsek is a Hungarian light artist with a background in 3D animation and software development.
He has been working with light and projection for the last two decades.
He is the co-founder of Budapest based Limelight Projection, which is now celebrating 11 years of existence.


Ivó Kovács


Ivó Kovács is a visual artist, and a degreed traditional painter at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. Over the last ten years, he has been dealing with 3D animations and visual effects, producing computer generated images and animations, and mainly 3D mapping projections. Throughout the years, he has been working with contemporary theater and dance companies, both for independent and commercial projects in Hungary and across Europe. He occasionnally performs as a VJ.
As an artist, he is interested in video spatialization using video or projection mapping techniques. He is a lecturer of projection mapping at the Media Design department of the Budapest Metropolitan University of Applied Sciences. Born in 1979, he lives and works in Budapest, Hungary.