Projection Mapping

Our brave clients from Stavanger Symphony Orchestra wanted to do something spectacular on their last performance ever in Kuppelhallen, the old home of the orchestra. They were moving to the new billion kroner home at Stavanger Konserthus and wanted to treat their audience with a finish to remember.

We suggested using what was at the time a fairly new phenomenon of projection mapping in combination with a movie music themed night. We had to use two 22000 lumen projector that overlapped to cover the huge brick wall at behind the orchestra. The musicians were also challenged because of the low lighting conditions required for the full effect of video mapping.

We decided on a Star Wars theme and spent a couple of months 3D modelling and animating the content for the big show. At the time, this was the first show of its kind in Norway and it generated a lot of interest from the national press. An interview with the director of the orchestra, me as an Art Director and a couple of musicians was put on the nine o’clock news that night. See link below.

On the national news channel NRK

 

Credits goes to:

Kjetil Ravnås – Concept, Art Direction, Storyboard
Tom Idland – 3D modelling and animation
Christopher Hove – 3D modelling, VFX