We showcased the full disguise product range demonstrating how disguise comfortably sits at the heart of any production or installation.
It was a busy week and got to say hello to a lot of familiar faces. Thanks to everyone who dropped by our stand!
See below for a few other highlights of ISE 2016.
FACE demonstrating the disguise workflow
We’d like to say a massive thanks to our friends at FACE, who also had demonstrations of designer at their stand in Hall 7.
FACE have recently been appointed as our reseller for the Benelux region. They will be hosting training events throughout the year, with the first one taking place early March. Keep an eye on the training calendar for the next event!
High precision video workflow with Panasonic
In Hall 1, Aspect Unlimited helped Panasonic Business demonstrate advancements in technology with their new 4k+ Laser projectors. A 4×4pro + 4 x Quad-SDI VFC card with a total of 16 SDI outputs from one server, were used to power the projections onto a 120deg convex curve screen.
The force behind F1 car mapping
Also in Hall 1 on the Epson stand, disguise was the power behind the 3D Projection Mapping, resulting in a show stopping illusion.
mclcreate, a disguise Rental Partner based in the UK, were engaged by Epson to create something drawing an analogy between the elite performance of Epson’s installation projectors and the vision, drive and technical expertise that command Formula One.
They chose disguise because if its flexibility with project setup as well as the possibility to use the second server as an understudy, giving the team the confidence that the show would run without any problems.
“During the project setup we used several parallel mappings to place logos on the car exactly where they must be. Once it was done, we baked the final car texture using disguise. Onsite quick calibration helped us line up the projectors in no time. Dynamic blending also was a huge help, with just a click of one button and some tweaks in gamma settings and projector blending was done. From that point masking was very easy and quick.”
– Kristaps Liseks who was the disguise programmer and operator.