…and welcome back to those who enjoyed our first show, DragonQuest.
In what was the first ever event in Scotland to combine Augmented Reality technology with live theatre, DragonQuest was a spectacular and stunning show which attracted a staggering 5,000 visitors.
We lit up 20 Autumnal evenings with 3D fairies, trolls, goblins, hovering flies and, of course, the breath-taking dragon itself, and wowed our audiences with some truly mesmerising live theatre.
2016 sees the event take some brilliant new twists and turns, and we can’t wait to welcome you to Dragon Matrix.
Put simply, we’re once again promising you high-tech adventures in the woods, but this time it will be brighter (but not that bright!), bolder and more daring.
This amazing Augmented Reality performance will lead you to a parallel universe where talking, magical creatures will help you find the six missing dragon stones. It’s still a quest, but like a matrix, it’s also a computer generated dream world. At Dragon Matrix, you’d be wise to avoid the path of spiders and resist the temptation to talk to the trolls.
As we work on the intricacies of this fantastical show, be sure of one thing. A high-tech world in the woods awaits…
Dragon Matrix will take place from 5-31 October 2016. The Dragon Matrix app will be released in app stores shortly before the event.
APPLE DEVICE SUPPORT:
iOS6, iOS7, iOS8, iOS9 on
iPhone 4S, 5, 5s, 6, 6 plus, 6s, 6s plus
iPodTouch 4th, 5th, 6th
iPad 2, 3rd, 4th, Air, Air 2, Mini, Mini 2, Mini 3
ANDROID DEVICE SUPPORT: Android OS 2.3 (GingerBread) and later devices with built in camera HOW TO CHECK YOUR ANDROID VERSION
KINDLE FIRE TABLETS WITH REAR-FACING CAMERA
Dragon Matrix evolved from an original idea by Symon Macintyre, Vision Mechanics’ Artistic Director.
Dragon Matrix has been made possible through the support of
Vision Mechanics is always keen to collaborate with talented individuals, partners and organisations. If you have a creative idea you would like to share with us with a view to a possible future collaboration or if you are a member of a community group and would like to look at the possibility of initiating an arts project, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org All suggestions will of course be treated as confidential.