Events

Polygon Live’s stage technology blows artists and fans away at recent festivals

After two back-to-back shows at Soundstorm in Saudi Arabia and Wonderfruit in Thailand, Polygon Live has established its position at the cutting edge of live 3D experiences. In everything it does, it continues to redefine how we interact with live music. 

A short survey conducted during the festivals revealed that 70% rated Polygon an 8, 9 or 10 out of 10 for live experiences, and over 60% of people would seek out a festival that had a 3D space now that they had seen one. “It’s hard to go to another stage once you’ve experienced Polygon,” one respondent said, while another added, “I think this is the best live experience I’ve ever had in my life”.

The dazzling line-up that performed at Polygon was similarly blown away. Pioneering electronic artist Viken Arman described the Polygon space as “by far the best stage ever made”, and psychedelic house producer Mita Gami loved its “perfect sound, hypnotic lighting, and floor full of love”. Brazilian DJ Reple said it was “definitely the most special show I’ve ever done so far. Closing this stage was a dream come true.”

Polygon is made possible by a team of groundbreaking sound, lighting, engineering and design professionals. Together, they build a hemispherical truss and rig it with a system powered by L-Acoustics’ trailblazing L-ISA technology. L-ISA allows the artist to place and move individual elements of the mix around or above the audience, in a 360-degree dome of sound. The result is an intimate, unique experience that brings a feeling of connection to audience and artist alike.

The dazzling line-up that performed at Polygon was similarly blown away. Pioneering electronic artist Viken Arman described the Polygon space as “by far the best stage ever made”, and psychedelic house producer Mita Gami loved its “perfect sound, hypnotic lighting, and floor full of love”. Brazilian DJ Reple said it was “definitely the most special show I’ve ever done so far. Closing this stage was a dream come true.”

Polygon is made possible by a team of groundbreaking sound, lighting, engineering and design professionals. Together, they build a hemispherical truss and rig it with a system powered by L-Acoustics’ trailblazing L-ISA technology. L-ISA allows the artist to place and move individual elements of the mix around or above the audience, in a 360-degree dome of sound. The result is an intimate, unique experience that brings a feeling of connection to audience and artist alike.

Polygon

Polygon is a future-focused tech and music company based in London, Hong Kong and Bangkok. It produces the world’s most immersive multi-sensory environment through 3D spatialised sound and lighting.

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L-Acoustics

Founded by quantum physicist Dr Christian Heil in 1984, L-Acoustics is a pioneering audio company. Its groundbreaking L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology enables artists to create and deliver new multidimensional sound experiences for live and recorded productions. 

Adopted by performers ranging from alt-J to the BBC Proms, Bon Iver to deadmau5, and now Polygon Live, this comprehensive ecosystem of audio tools provides a natural and vivid experience that heightens emotions and invites listeners inside the music. 

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Wonderfruit

Wonderfruit is a pop-up city in the fields of the Siam Country Club in Pattaya, Thailand. A celebration of art, music, food and ideas that catalyse positive impact, it encourages the development of innovative and creative solutions for sustainable living. In 2022, Wonderfruit was held from 15 to 18 December.

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MDL BEAST

From 1 to 3 December 2022, MDL BEAST hosted the third edition of Soundstorm, the largest music festival in the Middle East. Described as the region’s Tomorrowland, the event saw seven stages, and 200 regional and international artists that included some of the biggest names in music.

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