A massive digital centerpiece pulled the audience in during British pop group Take That's World Tour. The 3D sphere weights 40 tonnes and is 10 meters high. Designed by Stufish, the object boasts 2,800 digital panels that make it a truly immersive example of stage design.
The striking digital centerpiece was skillfully manipulated throughout the show, assuming picturesque visuals such as a human eye and a mirrored T — the band's logo. The adoption of high-end technology across all areas of the entertainment industry has become a standard practice within the narrative of today. However, its extension within the world of performance art harbors a certain unique quality that enables musicians and artists to take their work to the next level.