Lady Gaga will be hoping to take her performances to the next level when she teams up with Intel at the Grammy Awards 2016, paying tribute to David Bowie in something promising to blow the minds of everybody watching.
Evan Green, Recording Academy CMO at the Grammys comments: "What happens on the Grammys stage captures people's imaginations."
"Gaga's one of these incredibly creative people," adds Grammys executive producer Ken Ehrlich. "She has no limits."
Haus of Gaga Director Ruth Hogben further elaborates: "Because she's so free creatively it means that she pushes me all the time and I think that sort of collaboration is really incredible."
Paul Tapp, Intel Director of Technology says of the performance: "We've used the technology to almost be an extension of Gaga. As she moves, the environment around her is responding to her and that's because of the real-time technologies we've incorporated into it."
"It will embody her and all of her emotions and allow her to express herself and her feelings and her mood and her mode around the stage," adds Nancy Tilbury, XO Creative Technologist.
The Grammy Awards take place Monday, February 15, broadcast live on CBS in the US.