Lincoln Center Appeals to Younger Audiences with Projection Towers and Robo-Cameras

Lincoln Center Appeals to Younger Audiences with Projection Towers and Robo-Cameras
Design

Destroying stuffy classical concert traditions will involve the use of 3D animation and projection mapping

Macala Wright
  • 29 january 2016

This spring, New York’s Lincoln Center has decided to use technology to see if they get a younger audience interested in classical music. In March, the center’s largest concert ever to be held in the history of the Rose Theater at Lincoln Center will take place, with 300 musicians performing. The performance will be accompanied by full-length films projected on a massive 4k resolution screen and projection towers.

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