could you clarify how the cinema4d/cad models were used in conjunction with resolume?
Cad files are useful to get the measures from the architecture you want to map, if you don´t have the cad file you can always get the measures yourself with a laser measurer. With this measures you´re able to create the content with the right proportions with the software of your preference (C4d, AE, ...) that matchs the real architecture. Then with Resolume you´re able to rescale, rotate, keystone to place your content in it´s proper place.
In the first example whe made the screen ourselves and used our own projector so we could find the lens in cinema 4d that matched the projector lens, we render out lots of jpeg from cinema 4d with diferent camera lens and load it in resolume to see wich one was correct. Then we had the right model to work with, just textured and animated in cinema 4d, export our dxv loops and play with resolume!
Got it? Feel free to ask
Sorry for the long explanation, my English is quite limited!