Global trends in the study of projection mapping technology using bibliometric analysis

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Intan Permata Sari
Agus Juhana
Nurhidayatulloh Nurhidayatulloh


Projection mapping has emerged as a compelling new medium, experiencing continual growth due to technological innovations across diverse fields, including medicine, communication, and science. Consequently, the volume of articles addressing technological advancements in projection mapping has surged over the past two decades. This article conducts a comprehensive bibliometric analysis on projection mapping technology, employing statistical and publication characteristic analyses to offer insights into research progress and trends spanning from 2003 to 2022. The results, based on 440 documents (journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, conference reviews, reviews, and books) retrieved from the Scopus database on February 9, 2023, indicate a consistent increase in publications on projection mapping technology, although research remains somewhat limited. Utilizing VOSviewer, Microsoft Excel, and Tableau Public, the bibliometric analysis unveils notable authors in the field, highlighting metrics such as the number of citations, country productivity, and key periodicals publishing projection mapping technology content. Iwai, D., from Osaka University emerges as the most prolific author on projection mapping technology, while Ishikawa, M., stands out as the researcher with the highest citation frequency. Japan is identified as the most productive and cited country of origin for researchers in this domain. Notably, “IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics” holds significant influence, having the highest citation count and serving as a vital reference source. Empirical researchers can leverage articles from this journal to track the evolving research topics in projection mapping technology year by year.

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Sari, I. P., Juhana, A., & Nurhidayatulloh, N. (2024). Global trends in the study of projection mapping technology using bibliometric analysis. Journal of Print and Media Technology Research, 12(4), 219–229. Retrieved from
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