Product Launches from Prolight + Sound Frankfurt


Product Launches from Prolight + Sound Frankfurt

The Prolight + Sound, Messe Frankfurt show is a behemoth of an event and an absolute staple for those of you working in the professional entertainment, technology, audio-visual and lighting and sound industries – Flightcase Warehouse included! This year, a number of our team headed over to Germany to check out what innovations were on offer, and to get an insight into what we can expect to make waves as we head further into 2018. Read on for just a handful of the brilliant demos we were fortunate enough to experience whilst we were at Prolight + Sound. We’d love to hear what your favourite display was too.

D&B Audiotechnik’s Soundscape

This revolutionary technology allows audio engineers to emulate acoustics of different rooms, increase signal matrix processor capabilities and even enable multidimensional sound source placement. These impressive competencies make for a sound system that bridges the gap between audio engineering and creative space setup, permitting audio engineers to better align their levels and mixes to the demands of specific performances. Read more about the product launch here:

Real Time Tracking by CAST

The BlackTrax real-time tracking software was demo’ d live at Prolight + Sound to great effect. A performer interacted with a projected environment upon a wall, which responded to movements in real time and with realistic effects. Executed on a small scale at the show, it’s hard to ignore the implications for future use. When connected to sound, lighting or even AV software, this real-time interactivity allows for precise robotic light tracking, audio cues or stunning visual statements that provide greater levels of interaction – the perfect way to engage audiences at events, expos or in showrooms. Read more here:

Optocore’s Festival Box

Don’t be fooled - although not making the same visual impact as some of Prolight + Sound’s other demos, Optocore’s new Festival Box offering is really fantastic and went down a treat with audiences. The brand’s Festival Box allows for several different protocols and consoles to be run through and connected to a stage box via just one fibre cable. Eliminating a significant amount of cabling, the technology’s moniker was inspired by its potential in the world if festivals, where it’s essential for sound engineers to use countless consoles run through numerous protocols, to multiple stages – all under the pressures native to such a hectic outdoor environment. Read more:

Hypvervsn by Kino.Mo

Something that not too recently many of us considered simply a Sci-Fi hallmark, or tech pipe dream to be realised in the distant future, 3D hologramming is now a current-day reality with a growing fan base of business users. During Prolight + Sound, Kino.Mo presented their take on the technology with their 3D holographic projector which is able to project your own uploaded images (providing your picture has an entirely 3D render). Projectors of this capability are being adopted at increasing rates in sectors such as gaming, education and retail, and with displays as impressive as Kino.Mo’s, we wouldn’t be surprised to see further update across a much wider range of industries. Read more here:

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Posted by: Jase on the case on April 20th, 2018
Tagged with: FCW, Flightcase, Proflightcase

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