The 2003 Sony Playstation E3 party on May 13th rocked the house with George Clinton and some unusual live music-visuals. Onadime teamed up with Kevin Cohen and Shout Creative to project visuals that responded to the band's live music.
Specifically, the music-visuals were projected on two different elements. The first was composed of six 30-foot tall LED panels, with three on either side of the main stage. Each vertical screen had a raised dancing platform at its base and a matching 30-foot mirror touching its top and angled in towards the room center (4 of the 6 LED/mirror elements are seen in pic). This created a video ceiling effect from most places in the room. In the room center and over the dance floor, surrounding a 6-foot diameter mirror ball, were 6 edge-matched screens. These formed a tipped-out cylinder around the mirror ball for the music-visuals to play upon.