prior to its opening on january 11-12 of 2017, herzog and de meuron’s elbphilharmonie has released an interactive video captured by two drones — called ‘rock’ and ‘roll’ — that flew around the empty concert hall in hamburg. created by jung von matt agency in collaboration with gestalt communications, the technology gives viewers access to the stunning architecture of the landmark nicknamed ‘elphi’.
heading this article, you can see the different views of the two drones. the authors of the movie have then combined them to a single clip. slow or fast, the final version allows users to set the pace of the moving image — by clicking the space bar to speed it up — and releasing the bar to see it again in its original mode.
rock ‘n’ roll gives surprising glimpses inside hamburg’s new landmark. to watch and interact with the video follow this link
‘rock’ and ‘roll’ hit the stage once they finish their mission
the drones take visitors on a thrilling tour across the interior of the concert hall
the central grand hall can seat 2,100 guests
the building is scheduled to be opened on january 11-12 2017
come fly with me! explore the unknown with the camera-mounted aerial vehicle
unusual interior views captured by the drones
elbphilharmonie hamburg countdown: a look inside the grand hall. also on smartphones users can decide the speed of the video tour.
edited by: lea zeitoun | designboom