Take a Dive into the Heart-Stopping Experience that is Polygon

Event-focused technology company Polygon Live is a pioneer in sound, lighting, engineering and design, and has produced the world’s most advanced, multi-sensory, 3D environment. Its technology is facilitating a live music revolution that will be showcased at MDLBEAST Soundstorm in Saudi Arabia (December 1-3, 2022), and at Wonderfruit in Thailand (December 15-18, 2022), when party people will have the chance to delight in this state-of-the-art production first hand.

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Polygon‘s cutting-edge technology involves nothing less than a complete dismantling of everything you’ve encountered at an event before. It’s a relearning of what it means to interact with live sound and lighting. A deep-dive into heart-stopping, mind-bending, skeleton-quivering experiences, and it’s going global. 
Founded in 2018, Polygon comprises a team of innovative experts who have come together to create a one-of-a-kind, 360-degree space. In practice, this involves building a hemispherical truss and rigging it with a system powered by L-Acoustics’ trailblazing L-ISA processor. L-ISA allows individual elements of the mix to be placed strategically throughout the soundscape, and spatialised to move 360 degrees around you. Combine this with synchronised lighting, holograms, pyrotechnics and even scent dispersion, and fans will lose themselves in an entirely novel sensory experience. 
In this way, Polygon is not only redefining how music is enjoyed, but also setting a new benchmark in live event production. 

“Traditional events typically involve a stage and an array of speakers that clearly distinguish artist from audience,” says Polygon CEO Nico Elliott. “Our approach is to dismantle these boundaries. In everything we do, we’re working to create a unified, cohesive, connected whole.”

Polygon Live Wonderfruit Festival
Polygon’s partnership with Wonderfruit is well established, and the team has gone so far as to plant trees on site to help green the space and to reinforce the truss structure. Soundstorm and the 700,000 people it will host, offer a new playground for Polygon, and an invitation to push its limits once again. Nothing thrills the team more.
In 2023, Polygon is set for international expansion. But with Soundstorm and Wonderfruit coming up in just a few weeks, music lovers don’t have to wait long to see, hear and feel this spacialised stage for themselves. 
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