Panasonic is looking to grow its presence in the live entertainment market and is working in partnership with BlackTrax and d3, to present how technology can be used to create stunning and unforgettable effects.
Panasonic Visual System and Broadcast & ProAV solutions will be displayed at the events, showcasing a complete 4K workflow from cameras and switchers, to laser projectors and the latest display technologies.
London based d3 Technologies, who’ll be joining the roadshow, recently launched their gx range. The new media servers are designed to facilitate generative content, rendering video, audio, MIDI, tracking and automation data or interactive inputs in real-time for shows that respond to their environments. Earlier this year, the company also launched the 2x4pro to join their flagship pro range. d3 pro media servers have been used on some of the biggest and most complex projects in live entertainment.
BlackTrax are showcasing their leading vision based IR tracking solution used for real time tracking for moving projection mapping and automated camera control.
“Event design is ever changing. Designers are now using kinetic elements to produce incredible and complex effects,” said Hartmut Kulessa Marketing Manager at Panasonic. “The Live Entertainment roadshow offers a behind the scenes look at how some of the most spectacular live events are being brought to life.”
“The use of advanced visualisation tools and automated production tools, such as moving projection and robotic cameras is on the increase. So we encourage all attendees to take part in our exclusive workshops and seminars, demonstrating how these can be incorporated in to future projects.”
The first event kicked off and dragged the crowds to Birmingham, UK. A total of five events are planned across Europe between September and December 2017.
For more information, please visit: https://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/live-entertainment-roadshow-2017
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