With Independence Day just a few days away, what better way to celebrate than to take a trip out to Atlantic City with friends and family to enjoy a first-of-it’s-kind 3D light and sound show.
The Duality as the show is called was designed and produced by over 35 team means in three months. It will be held in Boardwalk Hall and will feature twelve 20,000 lumen video projectors and surround sounds speakers installed on the façade of the structure to bring the building itself to life during the show.
Aside from the great entertainment the sound and light show will be for everyone attending, it will also be highlighting the history of Atlantic City as well as provide a sense of splendor to Boardwalk Hall.
Get a glimpse of the Making of The Duality video to learn more about the show:
Below are just a few fun facts about the upcoming show:
- The sound and light show premiers Wednesday, July 4, shortly after the fireworks show around 9:30 p.m.
- The free show will run twice per hour, and lasts for approximately 8 ½ minutes. It is best seen from Kennedy Plaza on the boardwalk.
- This is the first permanent lighting installation of its kind in Atlantic City.
- Moment Factory has designed other multimedia light and sound shows around the world, including on the façade of the Ottawa Parliament building, as well as installations in Vancouver, Montreal and Lyon (France). Moment Factory is also responsible for the light show accompanying Celine Dion’s Las Vegas show, and Madonna’s current MDNA world tour.
- The team is led by Genevieve Forest (Producer) and Nelson de Robles (Multimedia Director). It is a permanent installation and the show music, theme and lightning colors will change throughout the year.
- The show will also feature an original music score created by musician and composer Vincent Letellier. Using Boardwalk Hall as a canvas, the multimedia show reflects the personality of Atlantic City and is meant to be an uplifting and joyful experience for all visitors to the boardwalk.
For more information about Atlantic City: http://www.doac.com
Want to learn more about the fireworks in Atlantic City, including tips: http://atlanticcitynj.com/fireworks.aspx
Also, check out some family-friendly activities in the area: http://www.atlanticcitynj.com/visitors/atlantic-city-family-activities.aspx