Wroclaw, Poland marked its role as one of the European Capitals of Culture for 2016 with the Flow, a series of happenings, performances, dance and musical spectacles celebrating the city and its residents. The multimedia finale of the Flow depicted the history of Wroclaw in four acts. It was delivered by 300 artists and 45 watercraft on the River Odra and watched by some 50,000 residents and visitors.
Warsaw-based Prolight, a disguise Reseller, provided a 4×4pro with Quad-DVI VFC cards and a 4×2pro to show producer VES, chose disguise for the technical integration of the large-scale show. The multimedia spectacular, for client IMPART 2016 Festival Centre, featured lighting, music and architectural projection mapping.
Four young composers – Udi Perlman, Amir Shpilman, Jiri Kabat and Pawel Romanczuk – worked together with four orchestras to create the Flow Cantata performed on a stage by the River Odra and live streamed to four big screens in the city center and to viewers online.
Twenty-two multimedia projectors were deployed in several locations for the project. They included six Christie Boxer 2K30s, six Panasonic PT-DZ21Ks, eight Panasonic PT-D5700s, and two Christie Roadie HD+30Ks.