Ray Winkler, CEO of Stufish, notes they designed One Direction’s 2014 Where We Are world tour, with a set featuring a skate park-like terrain with multilevel platforms and sloping ramps, a full LED video surface wrapping the background, and a large rising B-stage video lift.
Fascinoscope, an eight-part interactive video installation designed and realized by Lüz Studio, came to life in Montreal as part of the city’s fifth annual Luminothérapie (Light Therapy) public art competition.
The cold, dark days of winter in Montreal came to life with Fascinoscope, an eight-part interactive video installation designed and realized by Lüz Studio, as part of the city’s fifth annual Luminothérapie (Light Therapy) public art competition in the Quartier des Spectacles, the city’s arts district.
An A-list of New York lighting and projection designers share their tips, techniques, challenges, inspiration, and use of technology in projects from Off Broadway and Broadway to concerts, television, dance, and corporate events...
Christopher Janney premiered his concert/multimedia event, Exploring Hidden Music at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City, where he projected realtime images on an LED wall via the rhythms of his Visual Synthesizer.
At the 2014 Projection Master Classes at LDI Tradeshow & Conference, Bob Bonniol moderates this session, "The BIG Picture," with panelists Vincent Leclerc of PixMob, Ash Nehru of d3 technologies, Geoffrey Platt of TMB, and Nigel Sadler of Green Hippo....More