Floor projection works by using a projector to project light onto a flat surface, such as a floor, wall, or ceiling. The projector uses a light source, such as a lamp or LED, to produce the light that is then directed through a lens and onto the surface.
The image that is projected onto the surface is created by a series of tiny pixels that make up the image. The projector uses mirrors or other optical components to adjust the size and shape of the light beam to match the shape and size of the surface being projected onto.
The color and intensity of the projected light can be adjusted by using color filters, lenses, and other optical components. This allows the projector to create vivid and realistic images and video that can be seen clearly even in low light conditions.
To ensure that the projected image is properly aligned with the surface, the projector must be calibrated using specialized software and hardware. This involves adjusting the position, focus, and other settings of the projector to match the shape and size of the surface.
Floor projection technology has come a long way in recent years, and modern projectors are capable of producing high-quality images and video that can be projected onto a wide range of surfaces, including irregular shapes and non-flat surfaces. This technology is widely used in a variety of industries, including advertising, entertainment, education, and art installations, to create immersive and engaging experiences for audiences.