Neurosonics goes live

Director Chris Cairns has teamed up with Beardyman and holographic projection experts Musion to create a live performance based on his Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs film, which features a number of disembodied rapping heads…

 

Director Chris Cairns has teamed up with Beardyman and holographic projection experts Musion to create a live performance based on his Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs film, which features a number of disembodied rapping heads…

The film above shows live footage from an initial test performance of the holographic heads, with no post-production added.

Heads: Beardyman
Turntables: JFB
Drums: Will Clarke
Director: Chris Cairns
Producer: Bonnie Anthony
Production Company: Partizan Darkroom, London
Musion Producers: Oliver Gingrich, Ian O’Connell
DPS: Daniel Bronks, Luke Palmer
Art Director: Alex Marden
Art Department: Daisy Popham
Interactive Programmer: Neil Mendoza
Motion Designer: Remi Dessinges
Still Photography: Daniel Alexander
Partizan say thanks to Mike Skrgatic and James Allen at Time Based Arts

 

 

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