Atlas PyroVision Productions’ “Pyro Fantasia” July 31, 2012, reviewed


A while ago, I went to see Atlas PyroVision Productions’ “Pyro Fantasia” which was part of L’International des Feux Loto-Qubec presented by Telus. July 31, 2012 to be exact. I was finally able to get all the technology working as it should, and this is my review.

or if you prefer watching on YouTube…

Then finally if you would like to see a collage I made of the four videos I was able to find of the performance, click here.

2 thoughts on “Atlas PyroVision Productions’ “Pyro Fantasia” July 31, 2012, reviewed”

  1. Nice review – just a few corrections. It’s Steven Pelkey, not Stephan. Pyrotechnico (the previous record holder for cues) are from the US, not Italy (though they have Italian heritage).

    A “classical” fireworks performance is one with no music – so it’s easy to tell such a performance apart from a pyromusical.

    1. Howdy!

      Thanks, and apologies for the mistakes. Now that you bring it up, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a fireworks performance where there wasn’t music, hence my confusion.

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