January 22 (Sat) MUJI Tobu Animal Park Ekimae Store will hold a projection mapping workshop “Let’s make Hikaru Mysterious Kimono!” –Nippon Institute of Technology –University Press Center

Nippon Institute of Technology (Miyashiro Town, Saitama Prefecture) will hold a projection mapping workshop on Saturday, January 22nd at MUJI Tobu Animal Park Ekimae Store. Ask the participants to create an animation of “Mysterious Kimono” on a tablet, and project the animation when it gets dark in the evening. Use a bicycle equipped with a projector to show projection mapping while walking around the outdoors.

On the day of the event, Mr. Thien Vu Dang and Mr. Yasuko Tadokoro from “MAPP_”, which conducts art activities using projection mapping in Montreal, Canada, visited the students of “Information Media Engineering Department Kobayashi Laboratory Graduation Seminar” and free subjects. Students who are taking “Community Activity Literacy” will give guidance and screening of production.

“Let’s make a mysterious kimono!”
◆ Those who want to make animation
Acceptance starts at “Open MUJI Gakusha” in MUJI store (limited to the first 30 groups, numbered tickets distributed)
・ Around 14:00 to 16:30
Animation production (required time is about 20 minutes, one set is supported)

◆ Those who want to see projection mapping
・ Around 17: 30-19: 00
* The film will be screened outside the store, so please wear warm clothes.

For more information about the day, please see the leaflet.

● Please wear a mask when participating in the workshop or watching the screening.
● In case of rain, the screening will be canceled outdoors and the screening will be given priority to the workshop participants in the Open MUJI Learning Center.

Participation only in the screening is also welcome! We look forward to your participation!

【refer to】
◆ MUJI Official Website
[Tobu Zoo Station]Open MUJI Gakusha 1/22 (Sat) “Let’s make Hikaru Mysterious Kimono!” Workshop & Screening

Nippon Institute of Technology
4-1 Gakuendai, Miyashiro-cho, Minamisaitama-gun, Saitama 345-8501
TEL. 0480-34-4111 (generation)


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