The Wiremap is an innovative projection technique that builds a real and interactive 3d image by manipulating light from a projector.

The projector throws its beam on an array of vertical wires. From the projector’s single-point perspective, all the wires are evenly spaced from one another. However, due to the randomized dimension of depth, from any other perspective, the wires create a 3d map of cyberspace.

The result is a floating, glowing 3d object made entirely of light. This object will move around, change in color or size according to keyboard and mouse input.