Carrie Underwood's Projection Dress

For the 55th Grammy Awards, the lovely Carrie Underwood wore a bespoke platinum colored satin gown by Theia upon which a series of animated images were projected during her performance of "Blown Away" and "Two Black Cadillacs." 

A refreshing take on the illuminated gown, Underwood's spectacular gown demonstrates how a simple concept perfectly executed can enhance a performance. The only drawback — Underwood was anchored to a section of the stage limiting her movement. 

What do you guys think of Underwoods Projected Dress?

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Tags: Performance Art, Stagewear

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Comment by 3lectromode on April 7, 2013 at 6:55pm

Just saw this. I love the idea. Projections on the body are one of the earliest forms of performance/tech/wearables with Loïe Fuller and Peter Sellar's mother (a famous cabaret performer) using the techniques earlier in the last century!




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