is pleased to introduce its new Events Controller, a fully integrated show control system, which incorporates Medialon's show control software.
A fully integrated show control system based on Barco's D320 platform, the Events Controller enables the control of all daylight and projection displays, as well as the High End System’s Catalyst System™, automated and conventional lighting devices, smoke machines, image generators, truss motors, hydraulics, and other show equipment. Recognized by industry experts as the cutting-edge in show control, Barco is proud to incorporate Medialon's software in its renowned Events Controller.
"The ViewScape and D320 together with control software represents a very powerful solution in image processing to achieve exciting combination of video images,” states Alex Carru, president and CEO of Medialon, “We are proud to be part of the development of this highly innovative product.
“We constantly strive to develop products and solutions that answer the needs of our rental partners with the latest technology in the rental and staging industry,” says Steve Scorse, Division Manager, Barco Events, “We are thrilled to work with Medialon, a highly reputable company for show control management software. The Events Controller is undoubtedly the most advanced product on the market today.”
Barco’s LED display and projection solutions can be seen at the world’s leading motor shows, on stage with some of the world’s biggest stars and on buildings and in lobbies of some of the world’s foremost brands. As such Barco has provided LED visual solutions to clients the likes of Clear Channel International, Merrill Lynch, Dresdner Bank, BMW, Toyota, Porsche, Daimler Chrysler, U2, Paul McCartney, Madonna, Bon Jovi, and many others. The company’s LED display solutions have also been chosen to grace the Reliant Park Stadium (USA) that will host the 2004 Superbowl, as well as the stadiums of FC Porto (Portugal) and FC Geneve (Switzerland), which will host the 2004 and 2008 European Soccer Championships respectively.
Barco, an international company headquartered in Kortrijk, Belgium, is active in three key areas of imaging technology. Barco designs and develops solutions for large screen visualization, display solutions for life-critical applications, and systems for visual inspection. Barco has a network of subsidiaries, distributors and agents in almost 100 countries. Barco is quoted on Brussels/Euronext and is a BEL 20 and a Next 150 company. For further information, check out the Barco website at:www.barco.com
Founded in 1992, Medialon designs and develops both show control and dynamic signage software. Their show control programs are noteworthy for their ability to synchronize nearly all plausible elements of a show, whether it be lighting, audio, special effects or digital video. Their dynamic signage software, on the other hand, benefits from Medialon's years of experience handling media delivery systems in museums and convention settings and applies it to the feverishly growing world of point of sales marketing. Medialon's programs have been traditionally used in such settings as live shows, museums, theme parks and retail shops, and by clients ranging from a famous American theme park in Europe to the Apollo Theater in Harlem and the Pompidou Center in Paris. For further information, check out the Medialon website at:www.medialon.com