For Katy Perry’s Prismatic World Tour, TAIT engineered a performance environment that was equally imaginative as it was versatile. Working under the artistic direction of SilentHouse’s Baz Halpin, TAIT produced a full-spectrum set with 3 massive, tracking video triangles at the centerpiece of the design.
The video deck surface can rotate 360 degrees and travels 1 meter below the stage for performer loading.
The triangles track 5 meters upstage and down, as powered by TAIT Navigator, a proprietary automation software platform. Each of the bases contain integrated light and LED tiles. The smallest of the 3 triangles measured 8.8m in width x 4.5m in height; the middle triangle at 16m x 8m and the largest at 23m x 11.6m. With the inclusion of the stage, the pinnacle of the structures topped off at 13.7m in height. The rigging scope of these massive triangles weighed in at 15.8 metric tons.