An informative object pointing method using a spatiotemporal-modulated pattern projection is proposed to recognize and localize pointed objects by using a distantly located high-frame-rate vision system. We developed a prototype for projection-mapping-based object pointing that consists of an AI-camera-enabled projection (AiCP) system used as a transmitter, for informative projection mapping, and an HFR vision system operated as a receiver. The AiCP system detects multiple objects in real time at 30 fps with a CNN-based object detector, and simultaneously encodes and projects the recognition results of the detector as 480-Hz-modulated light patterns on to the objects to be pointed. The multiple 480-fps cameras can directly recognize and track the objects pointed at by the AiCP system without camera calibration or complex recognition methods by decoding the brightness signals of pixels in the images. To demonstrate the eectiveness of our proposed method, several desktop experiments using miniature objects and scenes were conducted under various conditions.