Take a close look how was designed and produced a fashion show of 4F, presenting a collection for the Polish Olympics team in Rio.
Hall Expo XXI in whole blackening: wall floor flat mild scene imitating the Olympic stadium with a swimming pool in the middle. The whole light chandelier has been hanged in the center.
The wall was installed multimedia company logo 4F built with screen LED display animations and visuals matched the presentation. Event was recorded by television which required hanging a large number of lighting including lamps profile.
Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2016 has yet again set a new all-time high in viewership and engagement, it was the biggest eSports event in ESL history.
The finals of the tenth Intel Extreme Masters season were seen by more than 34 million unique viewers – a staggering 32% increase on last year. The three-day main event itself saw 113,000 fans stream into the Spodek arena and IEM Expo, with the finals of each Intel Extreme Masters tournament taking place in front of 10,000 fans in the sold-out stadium.
The ESL relied on the experience of ARAM for the planning, design and technical production of all 5 stages including giant main stage and also 11 trade fairs booths. ARAM was responsible for the concepts and the complete technical and set designs of all stages including rental of lighting, multimedia, scenic, audio, trussing, rigging as well as custom made automation systems.
More than 1000 lights including Clay Paky Mythos, Sharpy, Super Sharpy, Vari Lites and Robe has been used. Fourlight LED screens and curtains has been provided in total amount of 400 square meters, multimedia includes HDX and HDF series Barco projectors as well as FSN live switching system.
Stages were designed by Adam Tyszka (light designer) and Michal Mrzyglocki (technical production and creative director from Aram). Technical in-house pre-production and execution on-site has been conducted by internal Aram team that specialize in e-sports events.
There is no concerts or festival like New Year’s Eve in the city!. They tend to be a visual and acoustic experience for those who attend but a challenge for the technicians behind the stage.
Technical and logistical requirements are diverse, and the expectations for lighting, video and live sound are very high. Every production today features videos and live broadcasts on LED screens, which are often associated with complex kinetic designs.
Our process begins with a consultation to gain an understanding of the desired look and feel of the show or event. We take great efforts to cater each stage design into the architectural environment, while exclusively customizing the look and feel to match your needs.
No detail is too small, no project is too large, so whether your project requires 8 or 180 lights, we are experts at integrating all the design and technologies necessary to provide an unparalleled experience.
See what we did for New Year’s Eve Stage and let’s us know about your next show!
P.S. ARAM has a presence in 39 countries around the world. Through our membership of the AV Alliance, a global network of high quality AV companies, we have access to equipment and
event logistics locally in any country.
ARAM once again was responsible for set design and technical production of the largest international beauty contest „Miss Supranational 2015” and „Miss Poland 2015”.
Design and technical production of this kind of show since the beginning requires close work with many people, starting from the director, choreographer by technicians, riggers and engineers. An effect that could be seen speaks for itself.
Every event requires an individual approach and a different way of working with clients or agencies. That is why we offer different models of cooperation in the framework of which together with our customers realize such a huge scale events as well as smaller shows.
Miss Polski it’s been on the market for over 25 years. Its first edition was held in 1990. This year Magdalena Bienkowska won the beauty contest.
The event was directed by Simon Losiewicz, Choreography Anna Bubnowska, LD: Jack Van Daniels, 2D / 3D: Peter Szablinski, Photo: Dorothy Tyszka
We never stop looking for new and uncommon lighting effects which can change every show! See what AIR6PIX can do:
AIR6PIX is a new moving batten that add a new dimension in the field of effects and pixel mapping. The light source is 6 times 40W RGBW LEDs, combined with a 67mm optic system which delivers 4,5° poweful beams by keeping high color consistency.
AIR6PIX performs continuous double rotation on both Pan and Tilt axes and pivot function to inclinate the 2 LED blocks (3 LEDs each) on concave and convex angles, featuring a new level of movements control. AIR6PIX is a tool open to the creativity of LDs, with a moltitude of new effects: impressive light-output, individual control of each LEDs, narrow light emissions, install in any position, limitless movements on X, Y, pivot.
AIR6PIX benefits from multiple control options via DMX-RDM, Art-Net and Wireless DMX connection.
ARAM is first company in Europe to have almost 100 fixtures on theier rental stock.
Air6PIX is available from ARAM in rental and sales !
Last weekend, the LANXESS Arena in Cologne, Germany’s largest indoor arena became home to the world’s biggest and most-watched Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event. With over 11,000 visitors flocking to arena each day and millions more tuning in online, it was a fitting way to celebrate ESL’s first standalone CS:GO event.
Over 27 million unique viewers watched the tournament on Twitch for almost 34 million hours (nearly 3,879 years!) between them, and at its peak the event was being followed on-line by over 1.3 million concurrent viewers – an increase of more than 30% on the last ESL One Counter-Strike event five months previously and a new record for both ESL and the game itself.
ARAM was responsible for set design and technical production, including rental of latest video , lighting technology and camera jib’s.
Equipment list include CP Mythos, Sharpy, Fourlight LED lighting fixtures, 3mm led screens, 8mm curve screens, 6mm black face led screen and many other equipment.
ARAM was responsible for the design and technical production of largest gaming event in the world: ninth edition of the World Final of the Intel Extreme Masters .
For the second year in a row event was held in Katowice, this time was spread to two locations – Spodek and the newly built International Convention Centre. Event broke all records of audience and visitors. Soon we will know the official figures, but said more than 100 thousand of visitors and millions of unique visitors following the games online.
The event lasted for a total of four days, and ARAM responsible for the design and its implementation: production, full logistics, executive oversight and implementation.
Our company has several years of successfully producing events „from design to effect” where we provide comprehensive solutions and technical site with full support in lighting, multimedia, design and sound.
Our work began many months before the show, says Michael Mrzygłocki, ” we where responsible for the execution of the set design of projects for all 3 stages. ” The project worked closely with both the client and the executors, among others, Jack Van Daniels.
The resulting total of three scenes, including an impressive main stage with total span of 60m, located in Katowice Spodek. Two smaller scenes with a span of 12m and 16m respectively, and buildings for over 20 exhibition stands, which stood at the International Congress Center. Multitude of places that served by ARAM and a huge amount of equipment that arrived in 16 trucks meant that this year’s Intel Extreme Masters is a big logistical challenge but also a huge success!
At the same stand was used in 1000 meters of trusses and countless number of elements of different types and over 400 LED devices such as wash and strip and illumination. On the two smaller stages were used nearly 70 different types of lighting fixtures, and among them heads such as the Vari * Lite 3500S, Clay Paky sharpy, Fourlight FL-600.
The design of the main stage in Katowice Spodek is based on a system of Layher, which was illuminated by many kinds of moving and led lights. Lighting devices include: Clay Paky Mythos, Vari * Lite 3500S, Clay Paky sharpy, Clay Paky sharpy Wash, Clay Paky Alpha Spot 800 ST QWO, Fourlight FL-600, Robe Robin 1200 Four Light Blinders.
The whole system was controlled by GrandMA 2 and the whole show was programmed and implemented by Wojtek „Koper” Koperski , which is already the second consecutive year he worked on behalf of this magician-production.
Multimedia is primarily two huge projection screens 15,5×8,5m every where projections were made using Barco projectors connected HDF Barco HDX W26 and W20, which gave a total brightness of almost 50 000 ANSI lumens. In the main stage were used LED Grid, Curve-8, Flex LED, LED screens from Fourlight – with a total area of almost 200m2. Moreover, the horizontal lines in the stairs and in the central part of the video lines are made of Hi-Strip, with a total length of over 300 meters.
PS Here is a spontaneous thanks we received from the client .:
What can I say. Working with ARAM is primarily a pleasure. 🙂
Thank you for pro-active behavior and implementation of all of our requests.
See how looks New Year’s Eve stage that was built in Wroclaw, Poland. Almost 400 m2 of LED curtains and displays, several hundreds lighting fixtures from major brands!
Below you can see how it was build up:
This was an amazing event. The biggest polish stars and foreign artists performed on the stage accompanied by finalists of „The Voice of Poland”. During six hours of the show audience gathered on Wroclaw main square and viewers watching on TVP2 channel, could experience more than 50 greatest polish and European music hits.
The main screen (curved inward), screens for the audience as well as the complete system to control lighting and multimedia based on four GrandMA2 consoles and MA2 NPU processors as well as Catalyst Media Servers.
We have also delivered nearly 100 lighting fixtures from Clay Paky, Vari Lite and Fourlight.
Lighting design made by Adam Tyszka, set design is a work of Joanna Bialousz, show was directed by Konrad Smuga. ARAM crew team leaders: Michal Sawicki, Wojtek Koperski and Krzysztof Grabowski.
The show has been watched by almost 3.4 million viewers, which gave it the highest rank during last night of 2014.
2014 is not over yet and we already can announce what’s new in our rental stock will be in December and January.
1. Clay Paky MYTHOS is a new spot light based on Philips Platinum 20R bulb. This is a truly versatile fixture with very high light intensity. ARAM will be one of the first companies to introduce these lamps on Polish rental market.
2. Vari Lite VL3500 Spot – this time we focused on the classics and proven technology. Professional and original profile fixtures Vari Lite VL-3500 Spot.
3. GrandMA2onPC command wing – having the third largest in Poland GM2 set of consoles ( GM2Full, GM2Light, NPU, Wing ) we decided to purchase the smallest of the family GM2onPC command wing . The whole enclose will be in a special flight case with a large EloTouch 22 inches monitor and an extension of up to 4 lines and 4096 parameters (the same as GM2 Light).
4. MDG Atmosphere – is the highest standard in the market hazer fog generator powered by CO2. This is not the first such devices in our offer.
Another year in a row we had the pleasure to deliver multimedia for scenography designed by Giorgios Stylianou for OPOLE festival. Below are some photos and a short video showing it in its full glory.
The stage design was used, among others, the latest LED curtain Fourlight CURVE 8 of the densest pixel in Poland: 8mm! Which gives a bend on the outside and inside with no visible gaps.
More about the curtain CURVE 8 read the post: Curvable LED 8mm without visible gas? It’s possible!
Production Designer: Giorgios Stylianou
Lighting design: Artur Szyman
Visualizations: Peter Szabliński
Head of the team ARAM: Wojtek Koperski, Pawel Pawelec