JVR visualises Symphonica in Rosso with LED screens
JVR audiovisual provided a giant LED backdrop for a five-day music festival in the Netherlands.
JVR audiovisual can do anything with video. The word ‘video show’ is too small and simple to express what happened at the Symphonica in Rosso 2007.
Dutch singer and TV personality Paul de Leeuw spent five evenings on a stage where an overwhelming audio-visual spectacle developed. Viewers were rubbing their eyes, unable to believe what was taking place there in waves and fountains of light and images being projected over them.
The screens make it all possible: in one moment the image is being poured out in golden streams over the entire room, in the next moment figures move across the sea of light in a true to life manner, animations that simply leave you speechless.
You have to see it! Paul de Leeuw stood like a Sun King in the centre of this fabulous fairytale-like light art. In the meantime, the audience saw some spectacular images. Gelredome heaved and sang, lit up and warmed itself to this wonderful and very special outburst of the newest of the new in audiovisuals.
With the Mitrix tiles that can conjure up beams of sunlight, anything is possible. JVR audiovisual has been able to bring this product to even greater heights. Once again the company, working in close collaboration with end customers such as The Entertainment Group, will show new audiovisual ‘gigs’, custom-designed for the artiste, for the moment and for the zeitgeist. Technically innovative, constantly looking beyond the limits of possibility and with the very latest AV technologies, everything is constructed to be as light and efficient as possible, for large and small events – always made to order.