Sessions include ‘From Small to Big Installations – The Potential of Lighting Control Systems, Networking and Beyond’. Here MA Lighting will talk about the challenges and requirements of lighting control networks, starting with the smallest control solutions and scaling the system with network devices.
The company will also host video interviews with Guy Pavelo, lighting designer of Far Right Production, and David Diamond, chief technology officer, Productive AV, discussing Epic Games’ Fortnite in-game live concert series. The three-week Spotlight series in late 2020 featured large-scale touring productions led by alternative hip-hop artist Dominic Fike, singer-songwriter Anderson Paak and his band The Free Nationals, and DJ Slushii.
The artists performed at PRG’s xR studio in Los Angeles, following all Covid-19 protocols, and were featured live in the game Fortnite. Pavelo will share his experiences of using three grandMA3 consoles running grandMA3 software, supplied by Productive AV, to control the concert lighting, Disguise media servers and Image Engineering laser systems, as well as all in-game events that provided interactivity between Fortnite players and the concert artists.
MA Lighting will also highlight its compact onPC solutions, including the grandMA3 onPC, a scalable solution for budget-sensitive events and installations (pictured).