Cirque du Soleil Rendering of Goddard Group's Cirque du Soleil experience park

[email protected]: The Invisible City, A Cirque Experience Park, Previz Best Practices & More

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The Invisible City Of George Tsypin

Scenic designer/architect George Tsypin’s new book, George Tsypin Opera Factory: Invisible City, reflects on his design process and a New York state of mind. Read Tsypin's discussion of his book.

The Biz of Previz: Efficient Workflows for Corporate Previsualization

On Tuesday, November 22, join Thomas Thompson, president of Prelite Studios, LLC, for a free webcast where he will discuss best practices for collaborating on large-scale corporate events from initial lighting design to previsualization.

PRG Unveils New Product Lineup At LDI 2016

Throughout LDI, hands-on demos at the packed PRG exhibit let attendees discover the growing family of GroundControl™ products, the new Mbox v4 software, and the new ReNEW-LD line dimmable LED Retrofit Assembly. Check out PRG's new product lineup. 

Goddard Group Announced Slate Of Projects For IAAPA

In conjunction with IAAPA 2016 in Orlando, FL, Goddard Group has unveiled new details about the company's roster of upcoming immersive projects across Asia, North America, and around the globe, including five major destinations currently under-construction. Read more about the upcoming attractions.

Durham Marenghi Looks Back: Lighting 2016 Rio Olympics

After the drama and excitement of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Durham Marenghi, lighting designer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies at Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil looked back at the highlights and challenges during the design process and the industry itself. Here's what he had to say.

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