Kish Rigging, the main rigging contractor to the MTV Video Music Awards, used a CyberHoist/InMotion 3D motion control system to animate a spectacular set for the event in New York’s Radio City Music Hall on August 31. MTV’s flagship show has been treated to many groundbreaking visual designs in the past, and this year’s set was no exception. Director Hamish Hamilton and designers Mark Fisher and Anne Brahic, along with lighting designer Allen Branton, based the design on a flown array of ...

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