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The 90th annual Academy Awards

[email protected]: 90th Oscars, Halftime Staging Drawings, PyeongChang Closing Ceremony, & More

This week's industry news includes the 90th Academy Awards, Super Bowl LII Halftime Show staging drawings, PyeongChang Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony, and more.

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

All Access Staging Technical Drawings For Super Bowl LII Halftime Show

All Access Staging and Productions built the set and staging for Super Bowl LII Pepsi Halftime Show featuring Justin Timberlake.

Lighting Plots For The 90th Academy Awards

Lighting designers Bob Dickinson and Travis Hagenbuch lit the 90th Oscars with a dazzling array of 350 assorted Philips Vari-Lite fixtures and more. Check out the plots!

Closing Ceremony Of The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics In Photos

The 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea were wrapped up nicely during the Closing Ceremony, featuring executive creative direction by Song Seung-whan, working with creative director Chang You-jeong.

Derek McLane's Set Designs For The 2018 Oscars

Tony Award-winning scenic designer Derek McLane created sparking sets—complete with millions of Swarovski crystals—for the 90th Anniversary of the Oscars.

Is There A Block In Motion? Mechanical Advantage And Vector Forces

Tracy Nunnally leads this video session on the two primary methods of calculating mechanical advantage, how to design a mechanical advantage system to fit your needs, and how to calculate the vector forces on a block for any application.

BONUS: Super Bowl Halftime Lighting, Video Projection Systems

Chris Conti of PRG and Chris Peterson of VER will discuss the systems behind the Super Bowl Halftime Show during a free webcast from Epson. Register for your spot now!

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