Adobe MAX 2013 "The Creativity Conference", took a very creative set design and projection mapping approach to deliver visuals to an audience of some 5,000 Adobe users and software developers - and over 100K more who watched the gathering's livestream.
The plight of refugees may not be a high-profile topic on a given day, but WorldStage teamed with ART WORKS Projects to ensure that the problem had a larger-than-life platform during World Refugee Day, June 20
Christie InControl is the company's first step into the mobile app market for control of its high-end projectors, and it brings control options on top of the existing control mediums of web interface, IR Remote, RS-232, and TCP control....More
There are Spyders inside the Race & Sports Book at The Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and guests couldn't be happier. Vista Systems' Spyder video processors are part of one of the most sophisticated technology installations in Nevada created by Technology West Group.
QLab 3 boasts some impressive new features in all areas of the program. Taking a look at video, QLab 3 brings some new guns to the game, namely surfaces, effects, and more refined playback tools....More
If cloud computing sounds expansive consider the footprint of the EMC World annual conference and trade show where a massive 400 x 23-foot curved screen took center stage for speaker support and entertainment and Vista Systems' Spyder X20s switched content for the 10,000 attendees.
When the UK's Bristol Water decided to completely upgrade its operational control room, it tasked Electrosonic with engineering a streamlined new display system, which includes a video wall and processing equipment, a big-screen display, workstation monitors and consoles.
For the second consecutive year WorldStage provided video and lighting support - and a new surprise reveal - to Good Sense & Company's production of the YouTube Brandcast, which gives marketers and agencies a peek at YouTube's new original programming and insights into the world's biggest audience.
Barco’s HDQ-2K40 is a whopping 40,000-lumen DLP projector, that caused the judges to take notice as much for its sheer power as for a price that’s only around 25% higher than the company’s 22,000-lumen FLM-R22+....More