Final do Superbowl 2012 – Isso que é ESPETÀCULO

No domingo dia 05/02/2012  mais de 111 milhões de telespectadores sintonizaram no canal  NBC ( aqui no Brasil transmitido pela SportTV),  para assistir a final  Super Bowl XLVI e o impressionante show do intervalo patrocinado Bridgestone contou com a presença da  Madonna, LMFAO, MIA, Nicki Minaj e Cee Lo Green. O show do intervalo foi iluminado por Al Gurdon e apresentou  projeto de produção de Bruce Rodgers da Tribe, Inc. com grande elenco de  bailarinos com uma coreografia a lá Cirque du Soleil dançando num palco composto de  43 peças modulares manipulados por cerca de 500 carregadores com um tempo de montagem e desmontagem girando entre 9 a 10 minutos. Isto e o que chamamos de ESPETÁCULO , pensando no que vi e li temos ainda muito o que aprender aqui no nosso Brasil

A iluminação, fornecida pela PRG, incluiu mais de 200 unidades SHARPY da Clay Paky juntamente com  Bad Boys da PRG, Vari * Lite VL3500s e Chroma-Q Color Blocks da AC Entertainment. O palco foi contruido pela  Staging Access & Productions.

Junto com o artistas , coreografia, iluminação , o vídeo teve um papel fundamental no espetáculo . A  LMG Inc., que se associou a DWP Live, que juntas forneceram  800 placas de FLED FL-io, 11 placas foram utilizadas para o palco, com imagens de vídeo complementares vindas  de 32 projetores Barco 20K HD20 posicionados a 150 metros acima do palco.

Veja abaixo o video completo da apresentação:

httpv://youtu.be/8PSf7Zl5EiI

Agora veja como tudo foi montado em menos de 5 minutos.

httpv://youtu.be/8LWKQCzQxZk

Fonte: www.plsn.com

 

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Fonte: www.livedesignonline.com

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