Wistron, head of technology companies, had long been promoting arts and business cooperation in humanities and art sectors. Wistron had been valuing workers’ welfare and humanities ambience building, and sponsoring shows from performance groups. Furthermore, Wistron combined arts and employees’ events and invited art groups performing at the corporate’s annual meetings. This year, dancer Billy Chang and IF Plus were co-invited at the opening performance of Wistron’s annual meeting. Performers wore the wireless hexagon gyroscope and radar equipment. Their movements drove the visual images to change smoothly in real time. The big surround screen transformed along with the strength and speed of the repertoire and music, and then different visual settings were designed based on that. Within the short 5 minutes of the opening performance, the company’s core spirit—valuing in human and arts—was delivered successfully.