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Pinspots are Easy
Palm Beach, FL USA
Every Caterer wants them and lighting companies would rather not go through the experience. This elegant effect requires a last minute scramble to focus over the finished table after the floral centerpieces are in place and before the guest arrive.
No more. The Event Bar from Elation provides 4 moving head pinspots on a single bar. This fixture enables pinspot focusing with out a ladder via a tablet remote on the chamsys lighting system. With DMX control it is easily controlled from a wide variety of DMX control desks.
17th & 18th Floor - Sentry Center
New York City, NY USA
The TVOT Intensive in 2012 engaged artchitecture.com to provide a variety of services for this annual gathering of interactive television professionals. At the Studio we worked closely with the producer to design the staging and content that would define the look and feel of the day. Onsite, we provided show management and operation services.
Content was spread across a variety of display surfaces including three 4:3 projection screens and a 16:9 60" Television in the Wharton Ballroom as well as a dual multi-display featuring two 16:9 60" Television in the Union Ballroom.
Another Homerun at AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA USA
The artchitecture team provided a variety of services in support of, you guessed it, a baseball themed event at AT&T Park. We were engaged to manage the multiple display and audio systems that are featured at the park. This included the massive scoreboard as well as the multiple fascia boards that reach across the stadium seating. Additionally, the many high definition screens located throughout the park and even the screens on the buses were included in the programming.
Our assignment, deliver the program envisioned by the client. A program that included an on field introduction of the executive team supported by graphics of player cards on the scoreboard and sound effects of baseball hits and roaring crowds.
Setting the TVOT Show
Forum - Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
San Francisco, CA USA
Designers Ernie Ernstrom and Jenny Son joined to set the stage for the Television of Tomorrow Show at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The artchitecture.com design team provided staging and exhibit design services for this industry show.
The staging design was inspired by a forum. Seating risers bordered the stage on the north and south sides. The risers raised the audience above the stage providing a unique perspective. The stage centered on a large table that served as a high resolution projection surface.