Marco Borsato Brings Augmented Reality to the Stage at De Kuip

concert stage design and video design for Marco Borsato concert

The stage, with set design by Carlo Saenen, featured a full rear wall, which had a resolution of 15808 x 1872 pixels. Ben Augenbroe of Faber was the video project manager. Run through six disguise vx 4 media servers (four active, two backup), content consisted of background layer(s) complemented by animated Luma mattes, which provided the dynamic live-feed masks, the numerous overlays, and Notch grading effects. Songs such as “Rood” consisted of more than 100 video layers controlled separately. Pauly provided synchronicity between the images and the show lights via his DMX lighting desk. The entire visual staging for each song was meticulously recorded in the Content Book prepared by Malfmedia.

Marco Borsato Brings Augmented Reality to the Stage at De Kuip

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