Nizhny Novgorod, the fifth largest city in Russia, recently held its Miss Nizhny Novgorod Contest, with multimedia and projection design by Dream Laser for the second year in a row.
Considered a first for Russia, Dream Laser projected content onto moving scenic elements throughout the show.
A d3 Technologies 4x4pro media server drove the four Christie Roadster 3-DLP projectors that mapped the set.
To track the set pieces in realtime, Dream Laser used the media server with a CAST BlackTrax system.
Ten infrared BTCameras were in the grid, and three LED infrared BTBeacons were attached to each of the eight set pieces.
Three more LED BTBeacons tracked the location of a video panel on stage to enable the d3 media server to stream position-dependent content to its screen.
It took five days of rehearsals at Dream Laser's warehouse and another three on the stage before the show to choreograph the movements of the set pieces so that they would not obstruct the BTCameras’ view of all three LED BTBeacons on each set piece during moves.
Dream Laser provided multimedia and projection design for Russia's Miss Nizhny Novgorod Contest for the second year in a row.
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