Oct 26, 2017 · How 3D Live Turned Flying Lotus’ Live Show Into An Immersive Experience If you show up to a Flying Lotus concert expecting to watch a …
“If you show up to a Flying Lotus concert expecting to watch a guy stand behind a laptop all night, you’ve clearly never seen FlyLo live.” How 3D Live Turned Flying Lotus’ Live Show Into An Immersive Experience
Now 3D Live is taking the proverbial show on the road, with a month-long Flying Lotus tour of North America kicking off tonight in Las Vegas. Though some might assume these events are tightly choreographed, Pardeiro insists each night will be unique thanks …
A visual, “holographic” 3D experience unlike anything audiences have ever seen, the upcoming North American concert tour by Flying Lotus will be powered by 3D Live, combining Flying Lotus’ mind
Aside from his film-related output, Flying Lotus (a.k.a. FlyLo) has also been traveling across North America on his 3D Live Tour. Watch: “Post Requisite” – Flying Lotus The tour is a collaboration between Flying Lotus and 3D Live , a research and development company focused on live immersive entertainment and technology such as stereoscopic 3D and virtual reality.
Continue for our full interview with Flying Lotus, in which he explains where the idea came from and how he will execute new, improvisational shows each night with his visual team. What exactly is a 3D tour? It’s like going to see a 3D movie, but instead it’s a concert. [Laughs] It’s going to be a fantastic experience. We’ve only done it one time before, and have been perfecting the details since.
On Nov. 17, Ellison will bring what he’s calling Flying Lotus 3D, an immersive live DJ set, to Denver’s 2,200-person Exdo Event Center, better known as the building that houses Tracks.
In July, at FYF Fest in Los Angeles, Flying Lotus debuted his 3D live show. He’s now announced a North American tour of the 3D experience.
It’ll be a chance to catch Flying Lotus’s new 3D live set, which pulls fans into an impressive, immersive visual experience, expertly synced to the taste-making producer’s exhilarating live mixes.
Flying Lotus’ silhouette occupied the bottom half of the screen, appearing to direct the experience as a conductor would his orchestra. In reality, the show is a collaborative effort.