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→ Opening ceremony of the Russian Student Spring National Festival
Throwback to the opening ceremony of the Russian Student Spring National Festival 2021. Together with the Creative Production Partnership 108 and MF Group, we organized the whole event which took place at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium this May. This time, we created the content to the original score by Anton Belyaev and Dmitry Selipanov. Glinka Conservatory Symphony Orchestra and Lobachevsky University Academic Choir performed the music which was created specifically for the ceremony. To light up the whole surface of the football field, we used 24 Christie d4K40-RGB projectors and 12 Christie Boxer 2K30 projectors. We also used 145 square meters of LED screens, 1000 LED light bars, as well as powerful stage lights which were, of course, connected to our disguise 2VX4 and 2gx2c servers.
→ Go back multimedia excursion «Art In VR ART IN VR» in Nizhny Novgorod Art Museum»
We created the VR tour through the painting «Minin's Appeal to the People of Nizhny Novgorod» by Konstantin Makovsky, which is exhibited at the branch of the Nizhny Novgorod State Art Museum on the Verkhnevolzhskaya Embankment. The VR tour allows guests to interact with the work of art in new ways. In reality glasses, the visitor finds him/herself «Inside » a large-scale work and learns its history from the author and characters.
→ XR-studio for Cloud and AI Forum by IBM
We participated in the organization of the IBM Cloud and AI Forum dedicated to cloud technology and artificial intelligence. The forum went on the air from the XR studio, which we created specifically for this event. The LED pavilion with an area of 25 square meters was filmed with three cameras, one of which was on a 20-meter telescopic crane. Stype's RedSpy camera tracking system and an array of media servers disguise gx2c and VX4 expanded the virtual environment to infinity, allowing us to take the most unusual angles. The strategy of the IBM Cloud Paks includes such principles as technological effectiveness, clear infrastructure, freedom in data movement, and container approach. To reflect all this in the XR studio's work, we used structured blocks - cubes that change configurations in accordance with the camera angle - and introduced the AR-objects accompanying the speakers' messages to the virtual space. Thus, the virtual environment was mobile and dynamic. This "Magic" was elaborated in a 120-page script and implemented by our team.
→ Days of Nizhny Novgorod Culture in the concert hall of the Zaryadye Park
We carried out this project from start to finish. We developed the creative idea, the concept of the visual solution, set up, and content, and then presented its technical realization. In the script, we made references to some important sights and eras and reflected on how the city might look like in the future. Each conceptual block had its own configuration of LED screens of different sizes - they changed their locations by use of kinetic winches. Our task was to provide continuous support of the event with 360-degree visual content. For this we used projectors. In addition, we came up with unique content for the performances of about 20 artists.
→ INTERVALS International Media Art Festival teaser
**Official teaser for the international audiovisual art festival INTERVALS, which took place in Nizhny Novgorod on 12, 13, and 14 April 2019** INTERVALS 2019 was dedicated to new forms of artistic expression at the intersection of visual art, music, and digital technology. It featured 10 unique architectural locations, a wide-ranging cultural and educational programme, and immersive installations built around major features of the urban landscape. The festival included contemporary music in two formats: an audiovisual concert and a large night-time event. Cult international, Russian, and local artists and musicians came together during the festival in order to introduce the widest possible audience to the world of new media art. The festival was organised by Dreamlaser studio, Ksyusha Chekhovskaya, and Anton Kolodyazhnyy.Look at Behance