Eric Prydz - Hologram

Com­ing off the very suc­cess­ful cam­paign for Eric Pry­dz’s Gen­er­ate music video, our friend Michael Ser­shall hired the team back to design the visu­als for his EPIC 4.0 tour. The setup for the live show was fairly insane, with con­tent screen form­ing a cube with a 28mm see-through LED in front, a Holo Gauze through the middle for a mes­mer­iz­ing holo­gram pro­jec­tion, and finally a 12mm 4:1 wide-screen LED in the back enclos­ing the cube and play­ing back the key content.

For the gig, Munkow­itz tapped his favor­ite col­lab­or­at­ors, the great Con­or Grebel and Michael Rigley, both ridicu­lously tal­en­ted Cinema4D Artists and Anim­at­ors, who brought their A‑Game for this throw­down. All the con­tent was rendered with the amaz­ing Octane Ren­der­er which meant the team bought two super­Com­puters and a fuck­Load of graph­ics cards to render all the wet­ness. In the end, the pro­ject was about mak­ing art for enter­tain­ment, and these kinds of pay­ing gigs are what we love.

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