Brit Floyd Immersion World Tour 2017
The brief required a number of concept renders in WYSIWYG to try different iterations of truss structure, lighting positions and sight lines to ensure that we had the ability to put on an impressive show in large arenas as well as the flexibility to play small theatres. The design needed to capture the trademark Pink Floyd look while utilising modern lighting fixtures to give the necessary sense of scale.
The rig consisted of over 100 moving lights, 3 laser units and a Green Hippo V3 media server controlled by a GrandMA2 lighting console. The majority of the set was programmed to MIDI timecode with timeline programming on the Hippo V3 Media Server, allowing a large proportion of the show to be programmed in advance using WYSIWYG pre-visualisation.
This tour will play around 150 venues per year in Europe, UK and USA including the Royal Albert Hall in London, Radio City in New York and Red Rocks Colorado.
- Lighting and Video, concept and design
- WYSIWYG Pre-visualisation
- MTC Timecode Programming
- 100+ moving lights
- Green Hippo V3
- Projection Mapping
- Full documentation paperwork
Credits: Jim Houle Photography.