What may set the concert hall truly apart is its unequalled video-projection capacity: A computer-synchronized system that can project moving images on 5 broad, sail-like ceiling panels from 14 Christie 30,000 lumen projectors, allowing composers and artists to fully integrate music and video. The sails help to make the room immediate sonically but also the most sophisticated symphony hall yet for assimilating video into a live musical experience. The overhead control room is where all of the computer controls are located for the advanced video projection system.
The sound system design was the work of Fred Vogler (who is the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s sound designer for the Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl) in conjunction with Acoustic Dimensions (Dallas, TX) who also designed the video and broadcast systems. Pro Sound & Video was selected to engineer and integrate the systems.
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