By Shawn Rice
In their return, Oskar and Gaspar created another digital art performance on America’s Got Talent. They used Rihanna’s “Diamonds” for their new performance.
Howie Mandel called the act so original and only something you can see on America’s Got Talent. Simon Cowell said that these guys are mystery figures and that they are more interesting and different. Simon called it brilliant. Heidi Klum liked their imagination but that the pace was a little slow.
Oskar & Gaspar is a collective of visual arts and multimedia professionals, specialized in the fields of video mapping, 3D projection and stage design. With a full understanding of innovative video mapping techniques, they adapt their projects to a multitude of settings, including installations, stage design, and corporate events. While three members represent the act on the show, the artists themselves Oskar and Gaspar refuse to appear in public.
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