Wired magazine’s NIN feature

Wired is running a feature about the Lights In The Sky tour that focuses on the technological aspects of the show. It’s a good read for those of you interested in some of the behind-the-scenes details, and includes some photos and video footage of the stage production. Click here to check it out, and please Digg it if you get a chance.

posted by rob at 9:49pm

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8 thoughts on “Wired magazine’s NIN feature

  1. dans la foule

    As someone not keen on the extreme technical, the article has made me appreciate even more how driven artists become to achieve such unexpected and remarkable end results. I’m looking forward to your future collaborations. (with regrets that I missed you in TX)

    “I hold a beast, an angel and a madman in me, and my enquiry is as to their working, and my problem
    is their subjugation and victory, downthrow and upheaval, and my effort is their self-expression.” – Dylan Thomas

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  2. Dani

    Great article… I love that you worked with Moment Factory, they’ve done some amazing work with Cirque du Soleil as well. 🙂

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  3. sunne

    @ dani: i fully agree with you, the article is great! the video clip is interesting, especially the part they play with acoustic instruments.

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  4. cherry_twist

    i’m very amused by trent’s pic on wired…he’s looking as hot and fit as always; notice the two dumbbells lying on the floor! he’s such a health nut, it’s so cute!😀

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  5. Draggon

    Awesome. The most I’d seen on the lightshow during a performance so far. I’d seen the clip of 1,000,000 after the survey but this was a better representation of what goes on during a concert.

    Anybody go to the link at the bottom of the article?

    …you know, the one about the ‘second album and alternate reality game’?
    Anybody actually put in the effort to find every single letter? Yeah, I did.

    Worth it!

    Do it. Do it. Do it!
    (Have you done it yet?)

    Do it!

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