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5@5: Goodbyes To Friends, Lighting Networks, Massive Video Mapping, And More

The 5@5 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.

In Memoriam: Valère Huart-Gyors, 1979 - 2017

Ayrton announced in a statement today the death of Valère Huart-Gyors. He passed away Sunday at the age of 37.

In Memoriam: Tommy Stephenson

Tommy Stephenson, longtime sales manager at TMB, passed away Tuesday morning, according to a post on giveforward.com. 

Lighting Network System For Super Bowl LI Halftime Show

PRG's Chris Conti, who was lighting systems tech for the Super Bowl LI Halftime Show, shared the lighting network system diagram for Bob Barnhart's lighting design.

How I Did That: Lighting L'Amour De Loin

Lighting designer Bob Barnhart of 22 Degrees—Entertainment Design Group in Los Angeles lights the annual Super Bowl Halftime Show, and has faced some pretty unusual challenges over the years.

WorldStage Supports Massive 4K Video Mapping At Adobe MAX

A huge video display took center stage at Adobe MAX 2016 where WorldStage demonstrated its projection mapping expertise for the fifth consecutive year and for the first time in a full-4K environment. 

BONUS! Jeromy Hopgood On Figure 53 QLab 4 Lighting Control

Jeromy Hopgood, designer, author, and associate professor of scenic design at Eastern Michigan University, discusses the release of QLab 4 by Figure 53, now featuring lighting control.

Stay tuned for next week's round-up of current industry news and content.

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