Lights, Mirror, Music for Intel's PowerUp DJ Competition

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Intel's PowerUp DJ competition involved an installed projected lighting display created by digital art collective onedotzero which provided visuals to accompany the music. Says creative director Shane RJ Walter, "The basis for this work was to provide an amazing environment for a series of winning DJs to play in front of – elevating their set and experience to another level. Since the PowerUp with Ultrabook event was about music, it made sense to make this sound reactive so you can ‘see’ the audio whilst also providing an amazing immersive experience for the partygoers – the perfect synergy of sonic, visual, environment and energy."

Read more here on Digital Arts. Watch the installation below.


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