Because, as I watched, I kept asking myself in my mind, "HOW DID THEY DO THAT?" instead of sitting back and enjoying it. (I've been often accused of being too curious, but I think that suits the scientist in me just fine. )
Here is the Box performance as a reminder.
And, as if they knew people like me exist, they created a "Behind the Scenes" follow-up with plenty of explanation.
"A behind the scenes look at Box, Bot & Dolly's wildly popular latest live performance film which documents a first-ever live synchronized performance using 3D projection mapping, robots, and actors.
In this exclusive documentary, The Creators Project provides a detailed exploration of the technical and creative processes behind Box."
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Joanne Manaster is a university level cell and molecular biology lecturer with an insatiable passion for science outreach to all ages. Enjoy her quirky videos at www.joannelovesscience.com, on twitter @sciencegoddess and on her Facebook page at JoanneLovesScience
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