Feather Light

Here's the latest project I've been working on. 

The show was designed and controlled directly from the Cinema 4D timeline using a custom python plugin I created to interface with the lights. 

And here's a video which shows a bit of the process:


Here's the official copy:

Adam Heslop (pixelsinprogress.com) at Jason Bruges Studio (jasonbruges.com) developed Feather Light to explore the power behind the combination of Cinema 4D and moving-head lights. Creating beautiful featherlike and mesh patterns to a soundscape by Nat Self. The piece was envisioned for a live event and this video shows the testing in the studio.

Credit:

Programming / Lights: Adam Heslop (Jason Bruges Studio)
Adam has a degree in Industrial Design from Northumbria and specialises in 3D visualisation. Adam works on a widerange of global art projects, using innovative techniques with architectural visualisation tools.

Sound: Nat Self
Nat Self has been on the cutting edge of electronic music for the past ten years. As a producer he has worked with a plethora of renowned artists such as Spoek Mathambo and neo-soul legend Omar. Nat has djed around the world and has held a residency at the seminal Panorama bar in Berlin. 

Equipment
RUSH MH4 lights and JEM Hazers kindly provided by Martin Harman Lighting (martin.com) and supported by Starlight Design (starlightdesign.co.uk)

Posted on September 25, 2015 .