Lollapalooza’s return to São Paulo, Brazil earlier this year was made all the more successful by ELECTRALIGHT, in partnership with LPL Lighting Productions, and their use of LIGHTCONVERSE visualization software.

By employing an onsite custom 3D visualization studio at the iconic and spectacular Jockey Club horse track located in the heart of the city, valuable design and programing time was saved for a host of designers and operators whose top-talent bands took the stages of the three day event.

With all three main stages virtually replicated in LIGHTCONVERSE software running on individual workstations, show elements, including lighting, LED, video, moving truss and effects were made available for the particular stylization of each act much to the satisfaction of all concerned.

The main proponent for the onsite studio was designer Nilson Barros (Xuxa), known for his work on The Voice Brazil 2012 (Globe), amongst other acclaimed productions, who convinced director Caio Bertti to offer the service to festival organizers who thus invested in the well-received concept.

For more information on ELECTRALIGHT, LPL and LIGHTCONVERSE, see www.lpl.com.br, www.electralight.com.br, and www.lightconverse.net, respectively.

All photos courtesy of André Thomazo.
























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