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Old Plane Fuselage Makes for New Plane-Trippy Lightshow

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PlayMID and Eduardo Cajal's production Porta Estel·lar (catalan for "Star Gate") was created using the fuselage of an old airplane as container and stage for a light show made more immersive by the close quarters. The show makes great use of the contours of the fuselage such as the windows and rounded body.

The creators intend Porta Estel·lar to be suggestive of

"the idea of interstellar travel, audience flies to outer space in an intense trip, from departure and takeoff to the sighting of comets, planets, galaxies and alien worlds, until finally returning safe to earth."

Via Gizmodo

My most fervent desire when I enter the fuselage of an airplane is to get the hell off as soon as possible after it lands. Never have understood why people would loiter in an old fuselage.
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