I’m not sure if this techno-performance achieves its synchronicity via precision choreography or via computer-based image tracking of some sort . . . or both . . . or something else entirely. However they do it, the 3D laser shapes and images appear to respond to the dancers: sometimes above them or beside them; behind or in front of them; or surrounding them. Are they dancing in front of some kind of transparent screen on which the images are projected?
But it’s not just the laser trickery that impresses. It’s actually an art-form combining ballet, modern dance, acrobatics, music, laser holograms and images. It’s captivating and beautiful. You’ve got to see this if you haven’t already!