Projection mapping a story of Canadian F-Series drivers

Posted on 06. Nov, 2016 by in Ford Canada

For Ford engineers, all starts with a line. Each pattern and creation starts with a elementary line and grows and transforms into something amazing.

For some-more than fifty years, Ford F-Series pickups have been a array one choice of Canadians to hoop all of their tough work, complicated lifting, and a hurdles of family life. It goes over horsepower, torque, and hauling capabilities – it’s woven into a fabric of Canadian life.

The all-new 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty is no opposite – it began with a line and finished adult a ultimate apparatus for a toughest jobs, no matter a conditions. Like each F-Series truck, it’s prepared for anything life throws your way.

That’s because we took a smartest, toughest, many able Super Duty ever and matched a technological creation with some of a own.

Using a array of state-of-the-art projections and a room full of dilettante technicians, we incited a military-grade aluminum amalgamate physique of a 2017 Super Duty F350 into a ultimate board to tell some of a a stories of Canadian F-Series drivers.

We worked with award-winning Canadian artist Marcos Chin to pattern these memorable images, transferring them from his mind, to his sketches, and afterwards by his stylus and inscription directly onto a lorry body, formulating this never-before-seen visible experience.

From operative a land, to hauling large loads during a worksite, to holding a kids to hockey, Canadians have been regulating their F-Series pickups in each partial of their lives for decades.

No consternation a F-Series lineup has been Canada’s top-selling lorry for some-more than fifty years, a tack of a jobsite and a home. Undisputed. And it began like all else: with a singular line.

Check out a video next to see where a line took us.

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