At the festival Århus Festuge 2016 the danish band Den Sorte Skole was set to play an one off concert at Århus Domkirke. The church is an epic venue and Den Sorte Skole turned to Vertigo for help transforming the room with light.
We used conventional light, vertical light bars – several meters tall and video projections on the ceiling to create an engaging digital experience. Everything was controlled in real time to match the music being played.
These walkable interactive tiles were developed by Vertigo in collaboration with Interactive Spaces Lab. This interactive installation is able to detect the users movements down a graphical representation of a street in Copenhagen (Vester Voldgade) and wherever he threads various data about the street is displayed at his feet.
In 2014 we were part of the audio/visual experience KUBE together with the danish artists Mikkel Meyer, Unkwon, and Rumpistol. The idea was to make a space in the middle of a cube surrounded by visuals for the DJ and in this way adding an ekstra layer to the music experience.
KUBE was an digital experience based on a frame made of aluminium frames covered by gauze fabric and illuminated by 3 projectors in order to create the extra dimension. We developed all the graphics uniquely for this event to complement the music and surroundings best.
KUBE A/V – 2014 Promo from Vertigo / Obscura on Vimeo.
The 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide was marked at Hellig Kors church at Nørrebro.
We created a digital installation in the form of a large sea of light with 1.5 million dots filling the church in memory of the victims.
Dom Perignon approached us for an event where they wished to create an intimate and magical atmosphere for a select crowd of dinner guests. We set up a digital installation in the form of a ceiling of half transparent fabric above the dinner table and we created the graphics that told the story of Dom Perignon.