Here's just a few of the NEW sessions for live events, entertainment and venues at InfoComm 2019:
Leading Projection Mapping Projects
Using real life examples from his own career as a co-founder of WorldStage and president of Navolo AV, Josh Weisberg will give participants an opportunity to try their hand at a sample projection challenge. All attendees will receive a 11-page guide to reinforce their learning, complete with visual diagrams and sample calculations
Engineering for Themed Experiences
AV engineers: learn the approaches and techniques necessary successfully work with creative teams on highly designed themed environments and immersive experiences, including the best course of action when a creative visionary asks you to break the laws of physics!
LED Color Mixing for Color Temperature and Light Quality
Learn how to mix colors for LED lighting applications, including considerations when relating to color temperature and light quality. We'll review light quality, tunable white, color rendering index (CRI), effect light considerations, and more.
Entertainment Production: Planning a Safe Show
This seminar, led by the pros at IATSE, will provide attendees with information about avoiding common safety hazards, how to interact with Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ), entertainment specific safety resources, and the need for emergency action plans.
Esports: A New Frontier in AV
Esports is soon to be a one billion dollar industry and in 2017 had over 7 billion hours of viewership. These kinds of numbers cannot be ignored. Live events, permanent installations and many other future opportunities in Esports will require unique digital displays, interactivity, and content. Get a grip on this growing market and its audience as it rapidly expands.
Deploying Immersive Hyperreal Sound
Join us as we explore the challenges and benefits of implementing object-based mixing and multidimensional/immersive audio through real-world case studies in discussion with FOH engineer end users.
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