Augmented Reality Scenery at Metropolitan Opera’s Faust

Augmented Reality Scenery at Metropolitan Opera’s Faust
technology
Dan Gould
  • 7 november 2008

The Metropolitan Opera will be using copious amounts of technological wizardry to create scenery illusions on a grand scale in“Damnation de Faust”, which opens this Friday. Faust will be the Met’s first interactive opera, where performer’s motions and sounds will trigger and change video projections on stage. The spectacles being i orchestrated by talented Cirque du Soleil director Robert Lepage.

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