Eric Prydz usually wins the internet over whenever a new live visual setup goes live for the first time ever. HOLO, his latest project, just accomplished that feat again for good reason. The show took place in Glasgow, with enough of an advanced setup to produce an image we would easily mistake for a set piece. That and a beautiful multicolored cloud make for some next-level experiences for everyone who made it. The marble looking sphere surrounded by a cube looks polished and lifelike to the point in which even CamelPhat tweeted their astonishment.
There are several components necessary to make something like this possible…which is why we can’t tell you a concrete time when this may show up on our side of the pond. For now, check out all of the clips that surfaced from the show below.
— Eric Prydz (@ericprydz) June 4, 2018
— Gub (@GubbysGaff) June 3, 2018
— David (@DavidDall97) June 3, 2018
F**k Me… @ericprydz Tonight… Never seen production like it. All from his own back pocket aswell. That is ridiculous!!!! Take a bow you absolute LEGEND. 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 #Pryda #HOLO #Glasgow pic.twitter.com/gDa3Fh36qS
— CamelPhat (@CamelPhat) June 3, 2018
— Finch (@MrFinchy2013) June 3, 2018