CreditsSet and Lighting Design: Carlo Zaenen (Qbe)
Content and AR Design: Michaël Al-Far ( Malfmedia)
disguise operator: Jo Pauly (Visual Solutions BVBA)
disguise system engineer: Sander De Schrijver (Visual Solutions BVBA)
Lighting Desk operator: Leon Driessen ( LD-Company)
Associate Content Design: Olav Verhoeven
Show director: Marcel de Vré
Multicam director: Anja Hoff
E2 operator: Jimmy Geelen
Show Caller: Liselotte Oomen
AR team: Hans Cromheecke, Maarten Francq, Scott Millarr, Sebastian Barić, Frank Brusselman, Jeroen De Haan, Koen De Winne, Teun Toebes.
Imag grading: Lewis Kyle White
Content team: Ellen Cosyn, Marco De Ruyck, Bart Tauwenbergh, Sander Heynderickx, Lieven Vanhove , Tim Vandekerckhove, Blub VJ, Miki Arregui, Tomas Overtoom, Liza Koifman, Filip Staes
Content Studio: Studio Regie
Disguise systems and data management: By-Lex supported by Lex ter Heurne
Video equipment and technical support: Ben Augenbroe, Jeroen Jongenelen, Cees-Jan Faber and their AMAZING #Faber AV team.
Sound: Peak Audio
Light: Ampco Flashlight
Pyro and SFX: Ron de Coster Pyro
Technical Production: Mundomatic
and all others I forgot to name here…
Special thanks to John Mulder ( Mojo ) and Marco Borsato and his team at Musica E for the trust, once again!!!
photo credit @Setvexy
De Kuip Rotterdam – 5 shows – 45.000 pax /show
When Marco Borsato decided to revisit the iconic arena “De Kuip” in Rotterdam again 15 years after he’d given his last concert there, he made sure it would be a series of concerts never to forget!
With the very promising stage design from Carlo Zaenen, using 850sqm of curved and folded 5mm LED wall, and more than 4km of ROE LED strips, the playground was set for the creative teams to go wild!
Under the supervision of Michael Al-Far and his wingman Olav Verhoeven, the songs were accompanied of cinematographic footage, with a great eye for detail and finesse.
Using some of the latest AR techniques, they added some interactivity to the show, unseen before on a live concert!
We from Visual Solutions, were in charge of programming the whole video show on 6 of the new Disguise flagships VX4. We made sure the right images at the right time were shown.
Control of the E2 was done by our d3 servers.
Realtime image grading was added to the live feed in d3, and the use of Notch effects during the show enabled some very fancy live feed integration in 3D scenes.
The total canvas for the backwall LED was 15.808 pixels x 1874 pixels!
We have used 6 x 1080p live camera inputs into the disguise servers, with low latency!
Pictures and videos will speak more.
Please have a look at some footage below.
4k AR multicam for Stadium Show from Michael Al-Far on Vimeo.