How are we going to do that...? by Mark Payne
How are we going to do that…?
By Mark Payne | Webinar on September 25th, 2019
When a member of the creative team comes up with something out of the norm, how do you go about producing a visualization to show everybody how good the idea is? Getting everybody on the project familiar with the details of the design- For example, having an exact trim for screens and lighting allows confidence on pulling cables and locating rack positions. Using examples from his work with the likes of Cyndi Lauper and Rod Stewart, join Lighting Designer Mark Payne as he shares tips for using wysiwyg effectively.
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How to win corporate and installation projects with wysiwyg by Jonny Billitt
How to win corporate and installation projects with wysiwyg
By Jonny Billitt | Webinar on May 15th, 2019
Join Jonny Billitt of MTS Live, as he discusses best practices for collaborating on corporate events and projects from design concept to previsualization and schematics. Billitt will highlight efficient workflows using real-world examples exploring strategies for acquiring and incorporating information during design development. Attendees will follow Billitt throughout his process, examining the tools and techniques he uses to previsualize events and present designs to both clients and technicians.
Using wysiwyg for Projection Mapping - The Easy Way by Ferenc Varga
Using wysiwyg For Projection Mapping – The Easy Way
By Ferenc Varga | Webinar on March 13th, 2019
Exploring topics such as projectors, media servers, and NDI, this creative webinar will provide the viewer with tips and tricks for projects involving projection mapping.
With many years under his belt working in the lighting industry as a Lighting Operator and Designer, Ferenc Varga has a wealth of knowledge in both lighting and media. Now, focusing on complicated, high-level projection mapping and visual-based shows, Varga shares his experience of how easy it is to use wysiwyg for these types of projects.
How to Transform an Artist's Ideas and Desires into a Finished Product Using wysiwyg by Jeremy Roth
How to Transform an Artist’s Ideas and Desires into a Finished Product Using wysiwyg
By Jeremy Roth | Webinar on February 20th, 2019
In this webinar, Lighting Designer Jeremy Roth shares his seasoned approach to using wysiwyg for everything from concert tours and festivals, to art installations and corporate events. Using real-life examples, Roth provides viewers with tips and tricks on how to effectively work with wysiwyg when drafting designs, and how the software is an invaluable and effective aid to the production process.
A wysiwyg user since R1, Jeremy Roth is a Lighting and Production Designer best known for his blended style. By combining traditional theatrical elements with today’s technologies, his designs are warm, natural, and mindfully inclusive of onstage performers without distracting from their performances. His designs are currently touring with artists including Wilco, Sheryl Crow, Ray LaMontagne, Neko Case, Nathanial Rateliff & the Night Sweats, and more. His work in interactive art installation has been on recent display at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASSMoCA), as well as Coachella.
What's New In wysiwyg R42? by Dino Mazza
What’s New In wysiwyg R42?
By Dino Mazza | Webinar on January 30th, 2019
The spotlight is on wysiwyg’s new release, R42. Bringing new features and improvements including virtual reality, wysiwyg R42 is set to increase the efficiency of your workflow. Immerse yourself in your shows! Who better to introduce and guide you through the various new features than Dino Mazza, our wysiwyg Product Manager here at CAST?
As Product and Project Manager of wysiwyg and Vivien, Dino Mazza has over 10 years of experience at CAST Group of Companies. Dino’s extensive skills include specialization in Software Feature Planning and Design, Product Documentation and Quality Assurance, Professional Lighting CAD Software, CAD Design, Lighting Pre-visualization, Tradeshow Management, Technical Support, Training and Mentorship.
The Invisible Effect of Visualization on Lighting Designers and the Production Team By James Simpson
The Invisible Effect of Visualization on Lighting Designers and the Production Team
By James Simpson | Webinar on January 16th, 2019
Using case studies of productions at the Royal Opera House (UK), Simpson will explain how visualization was the unsung hero in the design process and made a critical difference in creating world-class Opera and Ballet.
James Simpson is the lighting visualizer at the Royal Opera House and over the last ten years has observed the working patterns of over a hundred lighting designers and the subliminal effect that visualization has had on their design process. In this webinar, James will describe some of the less discussed benefits that occur when design teams go through the process of lighting a show in visualization, the power of relationship building, the importance of a common language and the benefits that aren’t necessarily to do with having cues and focuses stored in a lighting desk.
Why Draw Everything Twice? By Tim Routledge
Why Draw Everything Twice?
By Tim Routledge | Webinar on December 5th, 2018
From initial sketch to the delivery of a world tour using one software has to be ultimate workflow. Some people are skeptical on how differing software offers better facets of each stage of the process. Routledge argues when time spent making the software work for you why would you spend hours designing your show twice. Routledge is an award-winning lighting and creative designer creating television lighting designs, music concerts, outdoor events, award shows, and variety shows from Beyonce to ELO and XFactor. Tim is also well known for his design of a number of popular lighting fixtures – the Patt 2013, Pickle Patt, One Patt, and Pixel Patt.
Turning CAD into CASH by Durham Marenghi
Turning CAD into CASH
By Durham Marenghi | Webinar on November 14th, 2018
In this webinar, internationally renowned Lighting Designer Durham Marenghi explores the opportunities presented by using the virtual world to sell concepts into the real world from Dubai to New York, Marenghi explains his process for lighting observation wheels in wysiwyg to sell designs to those with little visual imagination, i.e. accountants!
Marenghi has designed the lighting for a wide variety of Theatre, Opera, Dance, Trade, Concert, Heritage and Television Productions, throughout the world and was the first British lighting designer to have lit the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of an Olympic Games.