Last night, the New World Symphony inaugurated the "WallCast" feature of its new home, the New World Center. While the orchestra played inside the hall — the same program of Wagner, Adès, and Copland that it presented on Wednesday night — about a thousand people observed a simulcast in the Soundscape area outside. You can gauge the quality of the projected image by looking at the photos above: yes, the second one was taken from the middle of the lawn, not the middle of the orchestra. I also made a video of the first part of the Flying Dutchman Overture, which had intermittent canine accompaniment. Don't miss the overhead shot four minutes in.