In midst of EDC Las Vegas Week 2019, Hakkasan Nightclub unveiled its new light installation The Hakkasan Grid during Tiesto’s performance. The Grid features an immersive ceiling composed of fifty-seven custom 3D printed triangles that can independently move and sync with real-time music. It is the largest, multi-million dollar kinetic lighting installation in the US that floats at 30-feet and 1200 pounds. The centerpiece transforms and changes from a multitude of colors and shapes, thanks to pixel-mapping and color-mixing from a proprietary software.
Hakkasan is a 5-level megaclub inside MGM Grand that has houses notable artists such as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and Zedd. Owned by Hakkasan Group, this club features interactive installations much like it’s successor, Omnia Nightclub. If you have been dazzled by the awe-inspiring Omnia chandelier, feel assured that #TheHakkasanGrid will not fail to disappoint.
“The nightlife industry requires constant evolution and excellence,” says James Algate, executive vice president of entertainment at Hakkasan Group. “We’re thrilled to yet again push the boundaries of nightlife with the new Hakkasan Grid. We’re confident that guests will be blown away by this futuristic, multi-sensory experience we’ve created.”PR NEWS WIRE
Vegas nightclubs are known for their invigorating, unforgettable, and technology-driven nightclub experiences. The Grid offers a jaw-dropping experience that will attract clubgoers for the years to come. Nowadays, clubs worldwide are becoming more lavish and decadent. The Grid will be a permanent installation, be sure to check it out when you’re in town.