Archive for the ‘giant screens’ Category
__SPACER__ In celebration of the Nuit Blanche art festival in Paris, in 2002. Tower T2 of the Bibliothèque nationale de France was transformed into a giant screen The 520 pixel display, using a matrix of 20 x 26 of the building's windows — resulting in a giant screen having an area of 3370 square meters.
__SPACER__ Designed by (my onetime boss) Rock Set designer Mark Fisher, U2s stadium sets have traditionally employed giant projection screens since the Zoo TV tour. For the Vertigo tour, screens consisted of Barco MiSPHERE and custom outdoor screens developed by Innovative Designs. The large central screen could be opened and lowered throughout the show as needed.
__SPACER__ Set Designers Mark Fisher and Jonathan Park made their name designing giant inflatable structures for Pink Floyd. The original Wall tour was the first examples of large scale set design for rock concerts.<p /><p />When a special concert was later given after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a fabricated scenic Wall provided a backdrop for truly giant projections.