2015 has been a rollercoaster year for lowstreetmedia. Over the year I had the chance to work with the top crew at XL Video on some great, inspiring and challenging projects.
I was involved in mapping out French TV Channel M6’s Rising Star Live television shows, supported multiple Opera productions for ‘De Munt’ (Brussels Opera House), made the Lightfestival Ghent light up, toured a bit with Arsenal’s DANCE DANCE DANCE filmproject and survived a full festivalseason of visual bandsupport on Best Kept Secret Festival, Graspop, Rock Werchter and Pukkelpop.
I had the chance to work with the famous VYV Photon Media Servers and installed the first d3 4X4 Pro in Belgium.
But this year has come to an end now and as from November the first, Lowstreetmedia 2.0 will start again servicing the video-, mapping- and showcontrolmarket.
So if you have a project, do not hesitate to contact me using the contactpage!
Working with the great (both Belgian and US ) XL Video team, lowstreet media was asked to program the videomappings and final videoroutingsetup for Tomorrowworld 2013 in Atlanta last Month, and to route those video’s live during the 3-day dance event.
It was an honor to work with all those super professional people and to work for one of the best organised festivals in the world.
Yesterday is history, tomorrow mistery, those days were a gift!
The guys over at KKLD build a vine+twitter=moving digital signage solution by wrapping 48.000 pixels over a driving mini, wich you can light up by sending in your own video and tags. The car is currently driving around London.
Once your video has been shown on the car, you receive a youtubelink with your ‘performance’.
While working with Deli, primeproducts.be created a giant iPhone (no copyright infringement intended!) for us, driven by -oh irony- a 40″ Samsung screen. (mental note: to be replaced by an apple TV when available).