That's why they call it the Tower of the Hand.
Pretty cool-- Bet it would be hugely more impressive LIVE than it is like this, where it could be editing tricks instead of what it REALLY IS, a bunch of dancers out there at once, appearing and disappearing from the lighting.
That BBBBBBBBBBBB-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-B-BLEW MY M-M-M-MM-IYIYIYIYIYYIYI-IND!
A little early for Wednesday Super Terrific Japanese Thing?
Wow! Amazing stuff!
That was amazing - and I have virtually no knowledge of Tron or Daft Punk.
Wow. That was awe-inspiring. Very very cool.
That was amazing!
WWE let Chris Jericho do that for whatever/whenever his new entrance/character will be!
Looks around awkwardly....may I join you?
So freaking awesome.
don't forget to chop the onions
A group from VTech called Fighting gravity did something like this first on america's got talent. Then another group came in the next year called Team Iluminate.
And it all looks like the "black light theater" stuff that was huge in Prague years ago, just wasn't all dance based.
That seemed awfully similar to everything done by Team iLuminate...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
They sell the tech now: http://iluminate.com/
No need - as my senior thesis project (BA Theatre, Lighting Design) I designed and built my own EL-wire suit which not only lit up to music but generated the music itself (via a separate parallel system of pizo-electric sensors mounted in the suit, hooked up to a MIDI-tron, running through my computer - running Max/JSP - to the lighting console).
January of 2009.
Why the FUCK I didn't actually market the research/tech, I have no idea. Trust me, as erect as I was watching Team iLuminate do their thing, I was so fucking pissed.
Sorry DE12, but I'll give it to TheatreDemon, it's very close to Team Illuminate. But the tree of them are awesome.
I still thought Fighting gravity was better.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
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