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When Lady Gaga started singing “Space Oddity” at the Grammys on Monday night, virtual drops of red paint dripped down her face to form a lightning bolt. The image – a meticulously planned facial projection – instantly evoked David Bowie’s face on the cover of Aladdin Sane. For the six-minute tribute to the legend who passed away a little over a month ago, Gaga employed an assortment of cutting-edge tools to create a kaleidoscopic visual treat.

Engadget Senior Editor Mona Lalwani breaks down Lady Gaga’s high-tech Grammy performance