Last Tuesday, November 2, the opening of “Naturaleza Encendida” show  took place at the Botanical Garden of Madrid. An experience full of light and sound that invites attendees to discover a color space in harmony with nature.

As in the previous editions, the show was inaugurated by the president of the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), Rosa Menéndez López, and was attended by Andrea Levy, councilor for culture, and Esteban Manrique, director of the Royal Botanical Garden . In this new edition called Explorium, visitors will embark on a maritime adventure of light and sound, crossing the ocean and exploring remote places.

Thanks to LETSGO, producer of the show and creator of the concept, Fluge Audiovisuales is in charge of supplying the audiovisual material, which has a first-class display of lighting, sound and video. Among the human team that has made this new edition possible is Felype de Lima as creative director, Victor Tomé as composer of its soundtrack, Eduardo Valverde as lighting designer and creative and audiovisual coordinator, Juan Manuel Lázaro was in charge of programming and systems, Álvaro Gónzalez in creating the garden area video and mappings and Pedro Masa in creating video at the Museum area.

Among the supplied equipment, it is worth highlighting around 270 Par LEDs with IP65 protection, more than 240 IP65 color swimsuits, 16 Clay Paky Sharpy, 8 Clay Paky Mythos, 6 Martin MAC2000 and 2 Robe Spiider; 2 GrandMA2 control tables have been installed for lighting control. In addition, distributed throughout the space, a sound control with 96 speakers was installed. Finally, the technical deployment of video is of vital importance. The material includes 17 Panasonic PT-RZ690BEJ projectors, 2 Christie DWU555-GS projectors, 1 Christie DWU635-GS projector, 3 Panasonic PT-RZ120BEJ projectors, 2 Watchout systems, 2 3.5 x 3.5 meter LED screens with 2.6 mm pitch and 2 80 ”Led TVs.