New tools permit lighting designers to perform video jobs. For years, theatrical productions have been departmentalized. Events were produced by a group of people, all working in synch. Set designers planned and built sets. Lighting designers drew light plots and programmed looks. Video directors sorted out the images on the screens, and so on. Occasionally, one designer might design both the set and lights for a particular event, or the lights and video footage, but by and large, this was ...

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