Off-site, Frank used disguise as a previs tool to aid content production. During the show disguise tracked scenic position data to help mask content as it moved behind other scenic pieces.
Kirk Miller, server programmer with Earlybird Visual, ran the show using the disguise SockPuppet DMX control. Nick Fletcher represented Beyonce’s screen team as their timeline and Notch programmer.
“We pushed the disguise system hard and tested new features in disguise software - r14 - prior to the Gold release,” Frank reports. “Things went very well due to the fantastic support of Andy Briggs who is part of disguise team, he was on show site along with disguise founder, Ash Nehru. Both kept us in great shape during a challenging production.”
Rounding out the team was screens associate Trevor Burke of Visual Noise Creative and disguise engineer Zak Haywood of The Hive. Atomic Scenic provided RGB Light’s Flexi-Flex and LED Tape combo on the Tunnel. The server and rack system was provided by VER’s Marty Wickman with help from Mitch Lathrop. The VER screens were supported by Chris Peterson and his team.