Void are pushing the boundaries for what people will see as reality. Photo: Screenshot from YouTube
20 000 lines of coding. 1000 square meters of projection film. 3D cameras and the most advanced projectors available. See the ground breaking technology that was used when creating one of the world's first full-scale virtual reality concerts.
We are pushing the boundaries for what people will see as reality,
says Bjørn Gunnar Staal, Software developer + Designer at Void. Void design studio is specialising in computational design, and has contributed to ‘eternalizing’ one of a-ha’s concerts. The show was filmed in 3D and with 360 degrees cameras and produced in virtual reality by Wonderworld.
That means you can experience the concert again and again – simply by strapping on a pair of VR goggles and accessing our YouTube channel.
Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect: