ArKaos, leading real-time visual processing technology provider for live performance and spectacular displays, enjoyed a busy PLASA 2019 expo in London Olympia last week on the stand of its UK and Irish Republic distributor, Entedi.
ArKaos highlighted the latest version of its flagship MediaMaster Pro 5.6 real-time video control software.
This is also now available with a totally new ‘License Rental’ service which enables weekly rental periods of MediaMaster Pro usage.
This greatly increases flexibility and affordability for anyone involved in specific projects or events on which they want to use this award-winning platform.
Says ArKaos CEO Agnes Wojewoda, “PLASA was great! A lot of buzz and activity at the show and a lot of interest in MediaMaster Pro in particular and in the new Licence rental options for this as well as some other ArKaos products. It’s a good show with great networking for anyone active in entertainment and live events sectors.”
Agnes also commented on the lively dynamic of the Entedi stand which was full throughout the show, busy with customers - existing and new - engaging with the various products and people. “We are really pleased to be working with Cally (Bacchus, Entedi MD) and this team. They are great people with an excellent reputation and a wide reach across all areas of the entertainment industry.”
Entedi, one of the UK’s leading sales and distribution companies, is based in the UK (Belfast) and Ireland (Dublin), and offers a range of premium products, an extremely personal service and excellent after-sales support.
Cally commented on the great synergy existing between ArKaos and Entedi: “We have seen ArKaos develop over the years and add a huge amount of user-friendliness, power and simplicity to the real-time control of video and pixel sources. Like us, they are committed to training end-users and empowering them to get the best and most creative results out of the products … and that’s a philosophy we all embrace.”
He also enjoyed the PLASA energy, observing that they saw more high-quality and serious visitors than last year, underlining PLASA’s place as a hub for the UK’s entertainment technology industry.