Jack Nunn launched his first album ‘Blue Sun’ in Sydney on 16th June with a live performance with a 3D hologram.
The launch was a collaboration with the digital light and sound artist Fergal Hanley and his installation, ‘The Harbour Watchman’.
The Watchman is a 3D ‘hologram’, the animation brought to life through 70,000 individually rendered particles, controlled by ‘Vizmap’ custom software, developed by Fergal.
‘Blue Sun’ was played through ‘The Watchman’, with Jack playing live cello into the installation – the visuals reacting instantly to the music.
I am a musician, writer and researcher in public health.
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