Canada Dragon Power Group
Video mapping, Holograms, Maya Kodes™
Parc Jean Drapeau, Montreal Canada
Parc Jean-Drapeau hosted Feux follets for the first time, a public walkway that lasted two and a half hours starting at dusk, 7 days a week.
Much more than a festival of Chinese lanterns, Feux follets presented an array of nearby shows featuring contortionists, acrobats, fire-breathers, musicians, and singers, both actual and virtual.
The idea was to produce a stylized version of the Chinese culture in a new and innovative way by using interactive and immersive technologies, powered by Neweb Labs.
The exhibition took place entirely in the evening and was brought to life via a colorful, lively, and artistic approach, using holograms and videos including real-time on stage hologram performances by Maya Kodes, animal holograms projected in the forest, a giant dragon hologram projected on a water wall, a stereoscopic screen and wall projections all inspired by Chinese culture.
For the animal holograms in the forest, multiple 10,000-14,000 lumen projectors were used to send the content onto the Holonet, (a gauze screen) hung and hidden along a walking path. The visual and sound effects were triggered at specific moments to surprise and wow the public.
The hologram of a giant dragon on the water wall was 40 feet high and 100 feet wide. To accomplish this, we used a 20,000-lumen projector that projected onto a wall of water powered by Quantum Laser. The dragon was part of a 5-minute performance and accompanied by a musical soundtrack.
At the entrance of the festival, video mapping of giant projections welcomed festival-goers in several languages.
The 27-view auto-stereoscopic 3D television focused on the elements of life: land, sea, air, and fire. We created an 8-minute program that featured a contortionist in different environments with three dimensional projections.
Maya Kodes™, the virtual holographic singer produced by Neweb Labs, performed on-site and in real-time. A motion capture room was created for the technicians and artists alongside the stage, and a Holonet (a gauze screen) and a 20,000 lumen projector were used to bring the singer’s performance to life.
people attended the festival, coverage by all local and some international Chinese media