Philip Glass testing our technology / by Daniel Aspuru

Philip Glass in the University of Claustro de Sor Juana, CDMX

Philip Glass in the University of Claustro de Sor Juana, CDMX

In this month, Philip Glass came to our studio to rehearsal and mount his performance with Erasmo Medina and Daniel Medina, two musicians from the Wirarika culture. At the venue, we used LoudMapp to sync a projection mapping in a cube during his performance. 

As our tools are developed by musicians, embedding the technology in Philip's performance was flawless and rich. The concert needed a strong contextual meaning, and that is why Philip's team chose Loud-Pixel's tools. 

 

During soundcheck, water and text syncing tests

During soundcheck, water and text syncing tests

Philip Glass and Daniel Medina watching the nierika projected in our studio. That was the first test in daylight, that is why the projection does not glow that much, but the first reaction of Philip was great! 

Philip Glass and Daniel Medina watching the nierika projected in our studio. That was the first test in daylight, that is why the projection does not glow that much, but the first reaction of Philip was great! 

Now we are working for a project with his team for next year in the Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) in Mexico City. He has been declared as an early adopter of our technology and we will make the official announcement soon. 

One page that was published one day after the concert by the newspaper La Jornada

One page that was published one day after the concert by the newspaper La Jornada