3D has taken over popcorn movies, and now it’s taking over the art world, too. Through a medium called “Projection Mapping,” artists are creating mind-blowing works by shining amazing designs on plain surfaces through projectoes. The results are pretty amazing: they can change the texture of a building, the decor of a room and altogether warp the laws of physics. Check out videos of some of the coolest projection mapping projects below:

“The LightLine of Gotham,” by Seeper for Honda (New York City, New York)

The LightLine of Gotham from seeper on Vimeo.

LD Systems (Sugarland, Texas)

“Living Room” by Mr. Beam (The Netherlands)

NuFormer for Samsung (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

NuFormer - Samsung, Amsterdam, May 2010 - One take from NuFormer Projection on Vimeo.

“YouTube Play” by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York City, New York)