Arty’s Marquee Las Vegas video shoot; first EDM star to unite artist with fans via Vyclone
Dance music events (although ironic) have become a premier venue for capturing and sharing moments using mobile devices. Vyclone, a tech start up that allows both artists and fans of an event to simultaneously film and share video, is emerging as a solution to uniting DJs with concert-goers through their cellular fixations. Friday, at Marquee Las Vegas, Arty became the first electronic artist to implement this technology, filming his POV while members of his crowd filmed theirs. Capturing all angles of Arty’s pool party, Vyclone was the core of an event that turned social media sharing into a music video shoot.
Read how Vyclone plans to capture the dance music market and watch Arty’s Vyclone music video from Marquee Las Vegas below the break.
Joe Sumner, one of Vyclone’s developers who happens to be the son of Sting, has indicated that his startup will quickly emerge in the live EDM scene.
“You’ve got the lights, you’ve got the DJ, you’ve got the dancing girls, but you’ve also got people just freaking out, being crazy in the crowd… Unless you have a camera crew of 50, you’re not really going to capture it.“ – Joe Sumner