Results 1 - 9 from 9 in „Culture, Arts & Science”

Canberra 100 Birthday Celebrations

All Australians have a link with their nation’s capital, but we’re sometimes guilty of taking it for granted. 2013 presents an ideal opportunity to get closer to Canberra, both the city itself and its national and symbolic roles. In 2013, we celebrate 100 years since Lady Denman, wife of then Governor-General Lord Denman, stood upon the newly laid Foundation Stones and announced that the name of the new Australian capital would be Canberra.
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Canberra 100 Birthday Celebrations

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The state of the Art in Opera House Communications

The Royal Opera House, in London’s Covent Garden, is one of the great theatres in every sense of the word. It is home to both the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet companies, and stages major productions in repertoire virtually year round. Because of the flexibility of its stage and facilities, a typical day in the ROH might see an opera company rehearsal during the day, with that set moved out and replaced for a ballet that evening, or even two different opera performances in the same day.
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The state of the Art in Opera House Communications

REVIEW: The Royal Wedding UK 2011

In total, more than 100 broadcasters have covered the wedding, giving it a good chance of being one of the most watched TV events ever. All of which, of course, means a huge boost for the UK’s OB and equipment hire companies. The biggest, and most prestigious, part of the day of course was the wedding itself with coverage provided by a consortium of UK broadcasters – BBC, ITN and Sky.
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REVIEW: The Royal Wedding UK 2011

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Royal Wedding to be "London’s biggest OB to date"

The Union Flag bunting is going up, the cucumber sandwiches are being cut and the urns of tea are being warmed. It can only mean one of two things: either Channel 4 is filming another documentary about living in 1940s Britain, or the UK is making plans for a Royal Wedding. With 8000 staff and 140 OB trucks converging on London, UK Correspondent, Will Strauss, looks at the biggest occasion for the live event sector in years.
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Royal Wedding to be "London’s biggest OB to date"

China National Acrobatic Troupe Hits The Screens in Xátiva, Spain

After receiving their first TriCaster TCXD850 demo unit, NewTek Specialist Dealer IDcromvideo SL made a real field test! The new TriCaster unit in HD/SD with 8 inputs and 22 channels was chosen to cover a series of events celebrated in XÁTIVA, Spain, at the occasion of the city’s annual fair known as the “Feria de Agosto de Xátiva”.
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.
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China National Acrobatic Troupe Hits The Screens in Xátiva, Spain

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PRG at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China


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
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PRG at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China

coolux at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China


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
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coolux at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China

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Christie Roadster S+20K’s Bring Ancient Temple of Edfu to Life

When Egyptian technology company Horizon for Trading & Contracting staged its first sound and light show for tourists visiting the Pyramids of Giza, back in 2002, head of engineering Wael Gouda little realised that it would lead to the company eventually presenting five such spectaculars at key temples along the River Nile.
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Christie Roadster S+20K’s Bring Ancient Temple of Edfu to Life

Service providers and scenic artists called upon half a million lumens of Christie technology to illuminate the city of Lyon

Since the 17th century, the Festival of Lights in Lyon has been closely linked to the city’s religious history. In 1852, a statue of the Virgin Mary erected at the Chapel of the Hill of Fourvière was to be inaugurated on September 8th, but the Saône river flooded and forced the cancellation of the ceremony. The inauguration was postponed to December 8th, Immaculate Conception Day. That December evening, the people of Lyon spontaneously put lights in their windows, and the Festival of Lights was born!
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Service providers and scenic artists called upon half a million lumens of Christie technology to illuminate the city of Lyon

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