Installation artists and visual designers Grosse8/Lichtfront developed the above "Augmented Sculpture," working in both 3-D and time-based media, presented to a public audience for the first time in January at the Interior Design Week Cologne. The documentation of the installation is now online, and though we know it's not an animated rendering or a Processing script, our brains aren't quite convinced.
The sculpture comprises of two parts: a 2.5m tall wooden sculpture that acts as a screen for a precisely registered 360° projection system. Lichtfront elaborates in the comment section of YouTube:
We did it with 4 projectors, placed around the object. The graphics were done in AfterEffects. We worked in a composition that was [cut] into the 4 output movies at the end. Then we played the 4 videos on 2 computer, synchronised by a vvvv patch.