5@5: Ricky Martin, Harry Potter, Drake And Future, Slipknot, And More Drake and Future's Summer Sixteen Tour

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The [email protected] is released every Thursday at 5pm as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

Mapping The Legends Of Horror At Casa Loma

For this Halloween season, VJ Scott Guy projection-mapped the facade of Toronto's historic Casa Loma for Liberty Entertainment Group's Legends of Horror. Learn more about the projection mapping.

Magic Wands Of Light

Neil Austin discusses his lighting design for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre in London's West End. Enter the wizarding world, illuminated by Austin.

Ricky Martin Rocks The Apollo

During his One World Tour, Ricky Martin made a stop in London where we performed two nights at Eventim Apollo Hammersmith to benefit Autism Rocks, with lighting and sound equipment from Entec, staging from All Access, and video from Transition video. Read more about the design and gear selections.

Guy Pavelo Relies On MA Lighting For Drake And Future Tour

Drake and Future wrapped up the US leg of their Summer Sixteen Tour, which featured 780 moving LED spheres that Guy Pavelo previsualized in MA 3D and controlled with grandMA2 consoles. A.C. T Lighting, Inc. is the exclusive distributor of MA Lighting products in North America. Check out the design.

Rockers Slipknot Out With Elation Lighting, Video

Slipknot were recently on tour with production and lighting design by Trevor Ahlstrand of Ahlstrand Productions, who included Elation Professional lighting and video products in the design. Read more about the design.

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