HP’s Antarctic Dome Visual Art Installation

By | April 19, 2017 at 11:29 am | No comments | Coachella, Columns, Feature Stories, Week 04/20 - 04/26 2017

Festival-goers at Coachella 2017 weekend one were treated to unforgettable experiences both on and off the stage. One of the most buzzed about off-stage experiences was HP’s Antarctic Dome visual art installation, which blew everyone’s mind. The 11,000-square foot Dome was home to some of the most mind-bending, fully-immersive, 360-degree mashup of art, music and technology that left viewers in awe.

In addition to the Antarctic Dome, HP also debut its new lineup of Pavilion laptops. The new devices powered all the interactive experiences in the HP Lounge, where guests could design their own custom bandanas, create shareable art in a 360-degree blackout photo booth and more.

Here’s a peek at what festival goers got to experience on the grounds during Weekend One:

Visual Art Experience at the Antarctic Dome by Android Jones:

The visual component within the dome was developed by creative artist, Android Jones, who created art installations on the Sydney Opera House and the Empire State Building.

Using the pulse of the music and the flow of human movement, the animation sequences projected within the Antarctic Dome are driven by data captured from audio analysis and motion capture, setting a new bar for high fidelity immersion.

Interactions at The HP Lounge:

Bandana Inking:

Create a bespoke bandana on HP Pavilion x360 convertible laptops announced at Coachella, for Coachella. The Pavilion x360s will be using Dial Inking technology and HP graphics printers so you can walk away with your custom creation and prepare for the annual Indio dust.

Kinetic Art:

Step into a 360-degree blackout photo booth that captures a sharable 120-degree photo with your very own custom light design created by you on HP Spectre x360s and HP EliteBook x360s.

Light Ink:

Design your very own real life, life size kaleidoscope in real time with the HP Inking Laser Show, created on HP’s Spectre x360 laptop and the latest HP Pavilion x360s.

VA Virtual Reality:

Combine art, music and dance into a real-time generated, creative virtual reality experience. Guests will be able to manipulate the existing dome content time into their very own unique creation on OMEN X desktops.

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