Malfmedia and Marco Borsato himself saw this as an excellent opportunity to realize real-time content, augmented reality, camera tracking, and perspective mapping in this show. The augmented-reality images were mixed with the linear content of the large LED rear wall. During four songs, the audience was able to see itself in a virtual mirror enjoying the concert surrounded by virtual fire, planets, UFOs, or thousands of small lamps.
Marco Borsato Brings Augmented Reality to the Stage at De Kuip
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