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Verge Aero, the specialist in high performance drone light shows, has achieved an aerial first in Mexico, delivering the country’s first ever drone light show. Working with local partner Sky Precision, Verge Aero provided a system of 150 drone lights to create moving, color-changing pictures in the sky to open the performance by Dutch DJ Martin Garrix, marking Mexico’s Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) at the FIG19 hot-air balloon festival.
Verge Aero, the specialist in high performance drone light shows, placed its drone technology at the heart of a ground-breaking new music video by award-winning Australian dance music trio PNAU, featuring American singer Ollie Gabriel. The project marked the first use of a large-scale drone light show in a music video.
Verge Aero, the specialist in high performance drone light shows, recently added a brand-new dimension to Mexico’s biggest and oldest carnival. A 130-drone display, in the skies above Mazatlán’s Olas Altas bay, delivered a spectacular new twist to the town’s traditional six-day carnival celebration, Carnaval de Mazatlán.
As part of ongoing upgrades and developments to its studio facilities, Verizon Media – the Verizon digital-media division combining AOL and Yahoo! – has taken delivery of three state-of-the-art mc²36 audio production consoles and a Nova37 Hybrid IP/MADI Plug&Play Audio Router for its studio facilities from German IP broadcast technology pioneer, Lawo.
Fall Out Boy just wrapped “The Boys of Zummer Tour” (sic) co-headlining with Wiz Khalifa, and once again Clay Paky fixtures were along for the exciting cross-country ride. A.C.T Lighting, Inc. is the exclusive distributor of Clay Paky products in North America.
Classical Spectacular, one of the UK’s most popular classical music showcase, returned to the Royal Albert Hall over the weekend to celebrate its 30th Anniversary at the venue, backed by an enormous production featuring an indoor firework display, rifles and cannons. Esteemed lighting designer Durham Marenghi has selected a variety of Claypaky fixtures for the Raymond Gubbay production.
Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, today announced that the quality and versatility of its Philips Vari-Lite stage lighting fixtures have helped to conjure the magic of the big-top for the sumptuous Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus. The dazzling show, complete with life-sized elephant puppets, thrilled audiences at its most recent run at Singapore's Marina Bay Sands Grand Theatre.
Elation Professional’s ACL 360 Bar™ color-changing LED battens are being used by lighting designer Andy Knighton to add a flare of lighting dynamism to the Rascal Flatts “Rhythms & Roots” tour, a post-Vegas residency outing that has the country music trio on the road in the U.S. until mid-October.
“The ACL 360 Bars are used as a ‘spice’ for this show to enhance an otherwise typical video background,” says Knighton, who has been designing the lighting for Rascal Flatts since 2003. “We were attracted to them due to their affordability, weight, and versatility. The overall visual concept was to be strategic and tasteful and not just bang away all night. They are used in every song but never do we repeat a feature.”
Litepanels®, a pioneer in LED lighting for the film, photographic, and broadcast industries, today announced that Version 2, a U.K.-based broadcast equipment rental house, has added a significant number of Litepanels’ all-new Gemini soft panel lights to its inventory. In this major purchase, Version 2 has adopted Gemini as its multifunction lighting solution for both studio and on-location projects.
Kitzbühel was turned into the setting of the first ever F1 showrun at an Alpine peak on Thursday. In the build-up to the legendary Hahnenkamm ski races, Max Verstappen unleashed the power of a Red Bull Racing world-championship winning car. Supported by 3,500 spectators, the Dutch driver provided a spectacular foretaste - amid splendid winter weather – of the 2016 Formula 1 Großer Preis von Österreich at over 1,600 metres altitude. Austrian F1 legends Gerhard Berger and Helmut Marko didn’t want to miss out on the first time a racing car has taken to the snow at the Hahnenkamm.