The past month has seen our client Musion in the news a lot. From its work trending globally on Twitter to interviews with BBC Breakfast and Bloomberg, the past few weeks have been explosive.
One of the most talked about events of the year was the Coachella Music Festival, and for good reason. Over 100,000 fans witnessed the “return rohs gps tracker manual of Tupac” as an incredibly life-like Musion holographic projection of the deceased artist appeared on stage alongside music legends Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. You only have to read the reaction from The Independent to see how much of an impact Musion has made with this exciting project.
Carrying on the theme of reproducing famous celebrities – last Monday (30th April) saw Musion launch its work with leading shoe designer Christian Louboutin and The Design Museum. Enhancing a ten week spectacular exhibition mobile phone call location tracker download of the designer’s life’s work, the retrospective has been brought to life with a truly mesmerising holographic projection of the famous burlesque dancer, Dita Von Teese. Musion has once again surpassed itself. The breath-taking performance features advanced special effects and leaves you feeling as though Ms Von Teese is in the room.
Taking centre stage among the iconic red soled shoes, the queen of burlesque’s unmistakeable silhouette morphs from an oversized Louboutin shoe http://hersparkle.com/cell-phone-monitoring-software-for-parents-jn5/ before proceeding to dance around the stage. We attended the launch press day and were delighted to see the looks of awe as the press watched the routine. Dita herself tweeted that she found the experience “weird” due to its realistic quality.
This isn’t the first time Musion http://vodka.riverfronttimes.com/spying-on-non-smartphone-awak has worked with a fashion designer to create a bespoke and unique event. Back in March 12, Musion worked with British luxury brand Alfred Dunhill to generate the architectural and sensual spirit of London for its distinguished live fashion show Trafalgar in Shanghai, China. Astounding the 1,000 strong crowd, Musion’s holographic technology was used to create a virtual weather system live onstage.
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