LMG Touring set the stage with 10 lighting and video pods, each with Tyler Truss custom frames, creating three-dimensional automated shadow boxes. The automated boxes were covered by scrim that allowed for the creative flexibility to switch back and forth between a series of Gobo projections and LED lighting passing through the boxes as they elevated and descended on stage to create visual depth.
Bought specifically for this tour, the ROBE CYCFX4 lights were placed around the pods to create a display of effects ranging from visible light curtains to artificial beams using Touring Hazer Base units for an architectural element. The lighting units moved effortlessly in time and illuminated the stage with musically inclined projections that transitioned from scenic sky simulations to colorful geometric visuals cascaded in light. The ROBE CYCFX4 lights were crucial to creating the 3D element needed to allow the scenic textures and lighting on stage to be seen from anywhere in the audience, ensuring all attendees fully experienced the Train performance.