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This series of events started with the opening of the fair and the show performed by the China National Acrobatic Troupe. Modosdever, the audiovisual company in charge of covering the event, used TriCaster TCXD850 to power and feed the venue’s two giant screens as well as to stream the event live on the web.
coolux has delivered equipment for the following pavilions at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China:
- The Urban Planel Pavilion
- The Oil Pavilion
- The Singapore Pavilion
- The Australian Pavilion
- The Cisco Pavilion
- The Hong Kong Pavilion
- The US Pavilion
- The Macao Pavilion
How do you compose and record an entire album from scratch in just 77 hours while simultaneously live streaming the entire process to millions of fans? Find out how Grammy-winner jazz musician Esperanza Spalding brought her music-making process to her fans using the Viz Opus compact control room system.
PRG was technical supplier for the following projects at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China:
- Opening Ceremony
- Shanghai Corporate Pavilion
- Theme Pavilion - Urban Globe
- Hong Kong Pavilion
- United Arab Emirates Pavilion
- Belgium-EU Pavilion
- Swiss Pavilion Music Event
- Finnish Pavilion National Day Events
- French Pavilion Citroen Exhibition
- Bremen Pavilion
- Freiburg Pavilion
Service providers and scenic artists called upon half a million lumens of Christie technology to illuminate the city of Lyon
The Royal Opera House in Stockholm is the national stage for ballet and opera at Sweden. The Opera was founded in the 18th century by King Gustaf III and the first performance took place in 1773 in native language.
Arrival isn’t just a movie, it’s like art films I used to view during college with underlying thoughts, meaning and ideas you had to dig for and think about. It made me think of the state of the M&E (media & entertainment) industry…” Even in our world of instant and ubiquitous communication, we have fear and distrust of newcomers and each other.”
Built in a mere ten months and inaugurated in 1898, the Vienna Volksoper is the Austrian capital’s other prestigious opera house. It is what Austrians like to call a “repertory theatre”, i.e. a venue that stages opera, operetta, ballet, and musical comedy productions—around 300 shows each season (September through June).