Light Image used the TimeCore for the first time in Netherlands on 5 May. It was used during the set from Dutch band Kensington on their 2017 Festival Tour at Bevrijdingsfestival Overijssel, Zwolle.
TimeCore was used for timecode monitor, testing pre-show & converting to Art-net Timecode for the GRPH video server running all content in sync with the band and overlaying real-time live camera effects.
Video Operator: Jeroen van der Velden
LD: Jop Kuipers
Customer Martin Symul from MSLEvent in Belgium stated of this first outing with TimeCore: “Works great! TimeCore is really good stuff”.
MSLEvent’s project was a corporate event celebrating 40 years for concrete wall specialist, Schelfhout in Kinrooi. Technical was lead by MSL and video mapping provided by Dirty Monitor.
The TimeCore triggered: Sound system Lacoustics & Midas M32 - Lighting desk: GrandMA 2 - Video Server: Arkaos Studio Server
Visual Productions enjoyed a busy week in Frankfurt during the Prolight+Sound tradeshow. It saw the launch of the TimeCore timecode generator/convertor and also Cuety on Android was displayed for the first time. Thank you all for coming to see us.
Cuelux and B-Station were both run into a DMX Merger running in LTP mode so that when someone came into the church in the morning they could switch on the house house lights via the B-Station and then that could be later overridden from Cuelux when the stage lighting was in use.
Supplied by Distributor StageAudioWorks
Impressions from the Visual Productions booth at ISE 2017 in the Amsterdam RAI venue.