Digital consultancy Knifedge has designed the theatrical backdrop projections for Verdi’s Adia at The Royal Albert Hall. The visual effects show images of ancient Egypt projected onto huge curved gauzes, stretching around almost a quarter of the venue. Knifedge worked closely with set designer Isabella Bywater and lighting designer to incorporate its work into the overall design of the show.
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