That was Vienna 2015!<br><br>

"L‘illumination – douze points. Lighting – twelve points."

Last year in Vienna the Eurovision Song Contest celebrated its 60th year. Over 200 million TV viewers watched the world's largest TV entertainment event. A central component of the show was the lighting. Every single performance at the Vienna city hall had its own lighting concept and lighting design.

Most of the cutting edge lighting technology was provided by OSRAM and its subsidiary Clay Paky. The stage at Vienna's City Hall hosted a total of 40 individual presentations of breathtaking musical performances. Virtual spaces were created in mere seconds thanks to the state-of-the-art lighting technology.

Photo: Ralph Larmann

It was a spectacular live event

Eurovision fans experienced a glittering party atmosphere full of colours, shapes and dimensions. A first allusion to the digital and interconnected world of light of the future. The lighting performance, together with the song and stage decor, was crucial in determining how popular a show was.

An exciting atmosphere and a big party

Part of the fascination of the Eurovision Song Contest is commonly experiencing the event at home with friends or at a Eurovision party. Last year the fans could vote on each performance using the LIGHTIFY@Eurovision App. Thanks to the OSRAM App, a genuinely atmospheric view of the shows could be seen even before the official evaluations.

Views of an unforgettable show

Views of the lightvotings

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