3D RENDERING OF EVENTS
We make up 3D drawings of events well before the function so that our clients are able to envisage what the venue(s) will look like. They can then decide if they would like to make any changes and monitor the adjustments made.
Here are examples of 3D drawings of 3 different types of events.
The launch of a new car:
Here we have a custom designed set, consisting of 2 built-in projection screens and a semi-circular section between the screens to accommodate the rear of the display car on a rust coloured ramp.
The 4 triangular flats of the set, displayed with the corporate images are lit with LED up-lighting. The blue stage fits in in with the corporate colours.
On the stage 4 intelli lights are placed on top of 4 stretch plinths lit from the inside with blue LED lights. The car is lit by 3 parcans at the top of the set (below which is a curtain of fairy lights), LED parcans on the stage floor & lighting from the back of the room. The presenter behind the lectern and the panel have microphones.
In front of the presenter and the panel are comfort monitors for previewing the visual presentations
2 cameras with cameramen are positioned on both sides of the venue on small podiums. The cameras are used for filming and for relaying live images of the presenter, the panel and audience during Q & A for projection onto the screens
Seating consists of formal rectangular tables & chairs as well as informal comfortable furniture on either side.
On the goalpost truss structure at the back of the venue are ‘flown’ the 2 projectors, 4 profile spots to light up the stage, 4 more intelligent lights and a variety of colour LED parcans. Six 15″ speakers and 2 bass bins provide adequate sound.
At the back of the venue the 2 technicians have all the necessary equipment to operate the projection, the sound, direct the cameramen and operate the lighting. A black hide surrounds them and hides any untidy wiring etc.
A demonstration of styling of men's hair:
A gala dinner:
Here we have a stage large enough to seat 5 VIP delegates on lounge chairs each with a radio hand microphone, a presenter behind a truss lectern with a gooseneck microphone and a table for awards.
A 40” comfort monitor is placed in front of the stage for them to easily see the visuals projected onto the screens.
A 4 speaker PA includes 2 bass bins, the lectern mic, 5 radio hand mics and an audio player for music & sound tracks
2 goal post truss structures support the 2 projectors, 2 profile spots and 10 LED colour parcans, as well as 4 intelligent lights for stage lighting and to provide the right feel for the evening.