Main Stage at Ultra Miami 2018 Philippe Wuyts Photography
Main Stage at Ultra Miami 2018

5@5: Coachella And Ultra Plots, PL+S Products, And More

This week's industry news includes lighting plots for Coachella and Ultra, a Prolight + Sound product wrap-up, and more.

The 5@5 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.

Light Plots And Renderings For The Sahara Tent At Coachella 2018

Andrew Gumper of AG Light and Sound handled production design at the Sahara Tent at Cochella 2018. Check out plots, renderings, gear, and credits.

Ultra Miami 2018 Main Stage and Carl Cox Megastructure Drawings And Plots

Patrick Dierson of The Activity shares drawings and lighting plots for the Main Stage and the Carl Cox Megastructure at Ultra Music Festival Miami, with creative direction by Richard Milstein.

Prolight + Sound New Products: Post-Show Wrap-Up

Check out more new products that were introduced at Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt earlier this month in lighting, projection, video, staging, and audio.

Light Comes Up On Porter Robinson Virtual Self Tour

For Porter Robinson’s Virtual Self Tour, creative director and lighting designer Ben Coker designed a stage where the light comes up—through the floor. All Access Staging built custom, clear acrylic top carts with pre-loaded fixtures.

Ultra: The Man Behind The Music Festival

Richard Milstein, creative director for Ultra Music Festival for the past 14 years, discusses Ultra’s fresh designs for its 20th anniversary.

BONUS! An Inside Look at the New and Improved Vision

Join Vectorworks, Inc. experts for a look at the latest features of and improvements to Vision 2018 during this live webcast May 29. Attendees will witness enhanced rendering capabilities, more streamlined file preparation, and program improvements for increased reliability. Register for free now!

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