Studio Live Design is heading to Los Angeles with STUDIO LA, a series of exciting events in December 2014 including:
- Disney Technical Theme Park Training
- LDInstitute On The Road
Disney Technical Theme Park Training
December 2 & 3
Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park, Anaheim, CA
$895 ($995 after 10/31) includes all meals for two days.
Take part in two-days of in-depth technical theme park training at Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park in Anaheim, and go behind the scenes to learn how Disney magic is made! This training is for those interested in how all the complex design and technology elements come together in the challenging theme park environment, where equipment is tested to the max for glitch-free operation. See the shows and attractions, do backstage tours, and attend comprehensive, detailed panel discussions that examine all aspects of the process with the designers and technicians who turn pixie dust into some of the world’s most technically advanced theme park innovation. From Cars Land —the exciting new land at Disney California Adventure® Park based on the 2006 Disney•Pixar Cars Movie—to the stunningly brilliant World of Color show, this is a two-day event you don't want to miss!
LDInstitute On The Road
December 4 & 5, 2014
A.C.T Lighting/grandMA2 console training
Two-day course: December 4 & 5 A.C.T Lighting
5308 Derry Avenue
Agoura Hills, CA. 91301
7 ETCP renewal credits
$395 ($495 after 10/31)
Class Limit: 8
Level Two training on MA Lighting’s grandMA2 console is full-blown, two-day programmer training aimed at experienced console programmers and lighting designers. Participants must have a basic understanding of automated fixtures and DMX, but do not need to have previous experience with the grandMA range. Learn how to work with automated fixtures using the grandMA from console set-up to playback, including advanced programming techniques, tricks and tools.
Target Audience: Lighting designers and programmers with an understanding of automated fixtures, DMX and basic programming who are interested in learning the grandMA2 console.
1. Console set up
2. Basic programming techniques
3. Advanced programming techniques
4. Playback options
5. Network administration (including connections to grandMA video and 3D)
Two-day course: December 4 & 5
527 Park Avenue
San Fernando, CA 91340
10.5 ETCP Renewal Credits
$395 ($495 after 10/31)
Class limit 12
Created for programmers and professional designers with video, lighting, and production backgrounds, Hippo School provides participants with everything required to set up and program a show. From timeline programming and screen warping to Automation integration and VideoMapper LED and projection layout. To ensure focused hands-on training is achieved, class size is limited to 2 participants per machine at a total of 12 participants; therefore, pre-registration is necessary.
Hippotizer product line and features:
System setup and configuration
Navigating the interface
ScreenWarping and projection masking
Basic Hippotizer functions
Advanced Timeline programming with Group Controller DMX control of Hippotizers Serial control PinBridge programming Media Frame-Synchronization PixelMapping with ArtNet and KiNet UberPan multi-screen software VideoMapping with LED tiles Setting up & implementing an Uberpan system Programming media creation for Uberpan systems
Day 1: Basic and I/O Training
An overview of the Hippotizer product line, featuring system setup, basic controls, managing media, screen warping, edge-blending, live projection masking and basic timeline programming. Advanced input and output features of the Hippotizer system featuring advanced timeline programming with Group Controller, DMX connectivity, Automation integration, custom control protocols, Timecode, MIDI, OSC, RS232, PinBridge and synchronization. Projects are integrated into the training and time for questions is also included.
Day 2: Projects & Mapping Technology Training
Multiple advanced practical projects will be assigned for participants to put their new found skills in action. Instruction will also include PixelMapper with ArtNet and KiNet integration, VideoMapper LED and projection layout. Participants will walk step-by-step through setting up and implementing.
Registration Now Open: Click here to register.