Live Nation approached XL Video to supply a large video production for a recent epic one off show at London’s Wembley arena by Taiwanese rock band Mayday.
A d3 4U v. 2.5 media server from d3 Technologies was chosen by video designer, Dan Scully, for the Broadway musical based on the Oscar-winning film Rocky, opening at the Winter Garden Theatre.
Broadcast Pix announced Spectrum Productions, an AV production and rental services company, used its new Granite X integrated production system to produce video presentations for the Regions Bank SEC Coaches Luncheon and SEC Legends Dinner on Dec. 6 in Atlanta. The event staging included two 11×20-foot side video screens for video playback and image magnification (I-MAG), as well as an ultra-wide 52×16-foot, two-projector blend center display positioned behind the stage, all populated exclusively through the Broadcast Pix system.
High Wycombe, UK based lighting rental specialist Siyan is supplying lighting to the current UK and European tour by rock band The Editors, which is designed by Colin Ross.
Outside Broadcast provider and studio operator Prolink Television Facilities has taken delivery of a second DiGiCo SD10B console.
AEG Live enlisted the services of XL Video to supply video production for Unity – A concert for Stephen Lawrence at London’s O2 Arena on 29 September.
Engage Production has created digital installations for the Emirates Aviation Experience in London. Pulse Group, which managed the creative design and project management, commissioned Engage to build an aircraft turnaround game and implement the coding of the finished simulation.
Long-time editor, and now consulting editor of AV Magazine, Peter Lloyd, takes a look back at the history of the AV Awards, as the event celebrates its 15th anniversary tonight at the Hilton on Park Lane in Mayfair.
Ross Ashton has collaborated with Russian artist Maria Rud to present Dark Matter AniMotion, a live performance using Panasonic 20k projectors to beam images on to the Institute of Astronomy library in Cambridge.
With just one day to go to the 15th AV Awards at the Hilton on Park Lane in London, we can reveal some of the things our 750 guests can see at the sold out event. The comedian David Baddiel is to host the ceremony on the evening.
AV trade body InfoComm is to host its very first three-day in-depth course on Networked AV Systems at Hilton Green Park Hotel, London, UK from 29-31 October 2013. . The Networked AV Systems course will be presented by InfoComm International senior staff instructors, Rod Brown, CTS-D, CTS-I and Paul Streffon, MBA, CTS-D, CTS-I, Network+.
The multi-million dollar Allison Customer Experience Center and Demonstration & Drive track in Hungary has seen AV integrator DJ Willrich install a multi-screen AV system using Watchout multi-image display and presentation software to inform VIP customers.
The new 320,000 sq ft, 15-storey HQ of The Co-operative Group in Manchester has seen AV integrator proAV install a range of AV throughout.
In-house production company Telegraaf TV, part of the Telegraaf Media Groep (TMG), has moved into a brand new studio in TMG’s main Amsterdam building to produce online news content.
Musion Events, and 8 Northumberland Avenue have announced the completed installation of a permanent high definition holographic projection system in the venue’s hospitality space, The Ballroom.
Projection Advertising has created a new 3D video-mapping project to promote Bear Grylls’ new television series Escape From Hell, which will be shown on the Discovery Channel from October 7.
The NewTek TriCaster 455 live production system has been chosen by the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London to stream live events as part of its Digital FuturePlan, an ongoing project to enhance the museum’s visitor and online experiences.
With less than three weeks to go to the completely SOLD OUT AV Awards 2013 on Friday 11 October at the Hilton on Park Lane, we can now introduce our judges, who come from a wide cross-section of the AV industry.
A pioneering new project called Bloomberg Connects has been launched to enable members of the public to show their own interpretation of the art at Tate Modern. Seventy-five screens in total, over half cascading in a spine on the walls throughout the building, will display visitors’ ideas and comments.
XL Video has supplied a gigantic video display for Roger Waters’ ‘The Wall Live’ concert tour. XL Video is using 40 Panasonic 20,000 lumens PT-DZ21KE and PT-DS20KE projectors for 27 dates across Europe running until autumn 2013.
Barco LiveDots is supplying the latest version of its C5 LED display to showcase a video exhibition created by media artist David Niles inside the George W. Bush Presidential Museum and Library in Dallas.