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Projection Master Classes At LDI 2014

The Projection Master Classes at LDI (PMC@LDI) is an immersive two-day event bringing together top visual designers and leading projection professionals to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges involved in creating, programming, and mapping cutting-edge images, as well as the technical side from playback software and surfaces to projectors and networking. The PMC@LDI includes approximately eight sessions, continental breakfasts, and lunches, plus a fun evening event perfect for networking with the best in the biz. These master classes are ideal for working professionals who want to delve deeper into the field as well as grad and undergrad students who want to be on the cutting-edge of visual design for the entertainment industry.

Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Nov. 19-20, as part of LDI, North America's largest trade show and conference for the entertainment design & technology industry for the past 27 years, PMC will be led by projection designer extraordinaire, Bob Bonniol of Mode Studios, who will serve as creative consultant. Last year's speakers included Spike Brant, Jonathon Goldstein, John Ensor Parker, Philip Reyneri, Pablo Molina, Eric Ludacer, Christopher Whelan, Dirk Sanders, Ryan Mast, and more.... Just wait until you see this year's lineup of speakers, projects, and products that are creating a buzz in the world of video and projection, from hot content to sizzling software!

Register now for just $625.00, which includes two days of PMC@LDI plus exhibit hall admission: these confidence rates last until 7/31/14. After August 1, the price is $695, and $796 after October 17.

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