The 3D stage simulator as part of the disguise platform was useful during the set-up of this project as it showed precisely where projection-shadows would occur at certain installation heights. With a very deep-set stage featuring the actual palace facade in the back, and several layers placed in front containing balustrades and stairs, disguise could show precisely where shadows would fall, and how they would affect the experience from the audience’s perspective. This feature can help decide where projectors should be installed before set-up, or help manage expectations with the client before the show.
Ben Fender on using disguise: “For Drive to undertake the high profile G20 project, we had to specify technology that we could rely on. disguise was the only answer. The equipment was 100% stable. The back-up configuration was solid. When it came to show time, I was able to watch the show without a hint of stress. Thank you disguise, it gets better every time.”