Vita Motus came onboard as chief designers as well as art direction & 3D CAD, concept inception, executive production and production design. They created a unique, iconic adventure of sound designed to be youthful, fun and energetic for the Bingo Players tour. Their high tech blend of modular, rear projection speaker cones, boom boxes and LED lighting leave great daytime and night time options for their upcoming tour and festival dates.
10. The Beat Nest: A Treehouse DJ Platform (2013)
Initially created for the house music stage at Lightning in a Bottle Festival, this DJ platform was meant to break the boundaries of what is expected from a DJ booth. An array of light and colour to brighten up the dance floor day and night.
11. Infected Mushroom Army Of Mushrooms Tour (2012/2013 - Currently Touring)
This dynamic set was technically designed and specifically engineered for non-traditional projection mapping as its forced perspective lines are intended to accentuate 3-dimensional forma.
12. The Cloud - Coachella 2013
This one is quite possibly one of their most renowned pieces of work. Created for the Do Lab stage installation at Coachella Music Festival, Vita Motus co-designed an interactive elevated circus performance platform. Layers of rectangular scrim flown above a circus flag that also mists water and haze to allow for dynamic lighting and media plays on particles and translucent layers.
Once again the unstoppable duo of The Do Lab and Vita Motus joined creative forces with Boom Festival to build the biggest projects either one had ever created.
We spoke about this one earlier and it's still installed at the club. Do Lab and Vita Motus designed and fabricated a chandelier water sculpture to hang over the pool at the roof top Marquee Club in Las Vegas.
16. Triad Structure (2011/2012)
This Triad Stage was envisioned for Lightning in a Bottle balances both a modern sensibility felt in the bright colour spectrum with the architecture which was inspired and modelled after ancient tribal structures.
This stage was designed to break from the usual square truss that the festival goer will normally see.