The South Dakota State University Foundation and Alumni Association completed their Alumni Green project, creating the first space on campus specifically for alumni to gather and reminisce, with both indoor and outdoor spaces for SDSU visitors to enjoy. An event of this magnitude required a proper celebratory kickoff, and HS was happy to step up and dazzle the over 1200 alumni, students, administrators and faculty that were in attendance with an unforgettable visual show.
We were able to bring history to life, using a historic part of campus as an unorthodox projection canvas. The 165 foot tall Campanile – an iconic structure on the SDSU grounds – became a screen showing off a visual extravaganza created by the HS team.
Under the supervision of HS President and co-founder Kirby Schultz, and HS Audio/Video department manager Joey Schultz, four synched computers and three 350-pound high definition projectors were used to project a visual show that was synched with the South Dakota State University Choirs, under the direction of Dr. Laura Diddle.
The results were breathtaking. Check out the videos and you’ll see why this show is being called the “Magic on Medary.”