Interactively driven audio provided added dimensions to the experience, with a multi-layered musical score driven by the movement of the users. North v South, Cinimod’s sister company specialising in musical composition and audio design, composed the music which was driven in real-time by the viewers movements and their resultant on-screen graphics.
From this video canvas the colours then continued their journey upwards across the expansive array of suspended LED cubes that meandered across the exhibition halls, designed and produced by Hawthorn.
The overall installation was as technologically ambitious as its visual output. The high-resolution LED video wall and the video tiles within the floor were driven by realtime particle simulations and shader programming controlled by the 3d Camera. A further 2,500 channels of Artnet-DMX and 610 RGBW cubes were driven by a notional colour bleed of the screen content, pushing colour up through the array of cubes that hung from the ceiling above.
From the moment you entered the Summit, the trail and movement of colour was apparent and drew each guest through the exhibits, creating an awe inspiring addition to a fantastic event.
Interactive Concept: Cinimod Studio
Creative Agency: Taylor Bennett
Physical Production: Hawthorn
Digital Production: Cinimod Studio
Lighting Programming: Cinimod Studio
Music Composition: North v South / Cinimod Studio