Promoting your musical creations in visual form is becoming a necessity for artists. Zoe Mutter looks at how a Danish recording studio is incorporating a live video workflow into its facility to help musicians showcase their work.
Enhancing Lady Gaga’s tribute performance with innovations from Intel was a no-brainer as the creative artist is well known for her early adoption of technology. Zoe Mutter looks at the ambitious techniques behind the digital make-up and interactive video at one of the year’s key music events.
Multi-layered, immersive and beautifully crafted, the Israr Awards ceremony in Saudi Arabia incorporated a variety of technological ingredients into its production. Zoe Mutter discusses the show’s huge 12m by 7m holograms and mapping techniques with Drive Productions’ production director, Jim Hudson.
A huge high resolution display, pixel-mapped LED flowers and an audio set-up guaranteeing clarity made the National Television Awards a technical treat for the audience in the venue and at home. Zoe Mutter gets the behind-the-scenes story on the glamorous show.
It’s a global brand. It already advertises at airports. But HSBC took its marketing to new heights when it installed a sound installation on an aerial walkway at Gatwick’s North Terminal. In a project celebrating a 15-year partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, the bank recreated the experience of travelling along the river Yangtze.
An out-of-this world immersive exhibit has used gesture operated technology to teach the next generation of innovators about the wonders of aerospace and the science behind launching rovers and satellites. Zoe Mutter reports on the ultimate hands-on space mission.
It comes as no surprise that technological and artistic boundaries are being pushed at the new San Francisco headquarters of sound and vision powerhouse, Dolby. Zoe Mutter reports on the tech hub helping to enhance the audio visual experience whilst celebrating the company’s history.
Winner of the Public Sector Project of the year at 2015’s AV Awards, this is a brilliant example of how technology, innovation and creativity has delivered for a good cause, says Clive Couldwell.