28 light spheres, 500 meters of rope, 1,5km of cable, 3 video projectors, 3 screens, 43 lights, 1 computer controller, 5 dives in the lagoon and 20km of walking later we now have the Light Matrix on at Prince's Island and Edworthy Park and Montgomery View Bridge lit up.
Technical & Production Manager David Abra, 4 fantastic local production volunteers, and 6 local technicians and myself have laid out this kit over the past 7 days. Its been exhausting, challenging, and with such bizarre installs in the public space always a great laugh!
Everything is working - the wireless control communicating the live data to the matrix spheres is running really smoothly thanks to the vvvv program written and developed by our programmer Hayden Anyasi. We have a fantastic synchronization happening as both the light and video signals project across the lagoon and the projection screens.
Today is the install of the daylight spheres, more work on the river...