The Moscow Musical Theater used d3 technique of VideoMapping for a Dostoevsky’s play.
Dostoevsky’s classic novel ‘Crime and Punishment’ recently made its debut as a rock opera at the Moscow Musical Theatre with innovative staging by renowned director Andrei Konchalovsky. In another first for Russia, technical partner Polymedia integrated CAST BlackTrax time motion tracking system with a d3 media server. Together they accomplish 6D V
ideoMapping on the show’s scenic elements.
“We like how harmoniously the director’s original idea and audiovisual technologies were combined in this staging,” says Elena Novikova, Polymedia’s CEO. “The breakthrough innovative solution we devised expands the space of the performance giving it multi-dimensionality and dynamics. It gives the artists unlimited improvisational possibilities regarding onstage visual transformation.”
“Thanks to the Polymedia engineers, ‘Crime and Punishment’ has gone down in history as one of the most technologically-advanced performances ever to be staged in Russia,” says Mikhail Shvydkoi, art director of the Moscow Musical Theatre.