Over the past two years, Eric Prydz and his production team have been developing his "most technologically advanced" stage production to date.
Prydz has dubbed the production EPIC: HOLOSPHERE, and is set to debut the visual spectacle to fans at Tomorrowland in July. Fans of the Swedish DJ/producer have been treated to some of the most extravagant and technologically advanced stages in dance music over the years and Prydz promises EPIC: HOLOSPHERE will surpass those.
In a post to his Facebook page, Prydz gave a brief rundown of the new production. He told fans EPIC: HOLOSPHERE would use proprietary technology developed by his team that had not even been invented two years ago when he launched his last Hologram-enhanced show.
Below is a video of Prydz's latest stage production, that EPIC: HOLOSPHERE will succeed.
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