Splash is a free and open source modular video mapping software for Linux. Using Splash you can calibrate the video projectors including the intrinsic and extrinsic parameters, blending and color. And also feed them with the input video sources 3D model with UV mapping of the projection surface. It is released under GNU General Public License. You can check the complete features here.It supports multiple inputs and multiple 3D models.
Install Splash on Ubuntu
Splash is available as flatpak and native deb file format.
Install Splash via flatpak:
If you don’t have flatpak, then install and setup flatpak and flathub on your system. Follow the below installation tutorial link. If you already installed it on your system, then just skip the below link and directly run the flatpak Splash installation command.
How to install flatpak and flathub
After flatpak installation restart your system.
Open the terminal app (ctrl+alt+t), run below command to install splash Modular Video Mapping Software.
flatpak install flathub com.gitlab.sat_metalab.Splash
After the Splash flatpak installation you can run it via this command.
flatpak run com.gitlab.sat_metalab.Splash
Install Splash via DEB:
Download the Splash in .deb file format from above download link and save it on your Downloads folder. Open the terminal console app and run below commands one by one.
sudo dpkg -i splash.deb
Here “splash.deb” is the downloaded file name.
sudo apt install -f