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An Eye-popping Experience

A MBP scenic set, LED lighting, conventional lighting and processing equipment were just some of the technology used by PSAV at the 2013 Kenshoo Conference.

SAUSALITO, Calif. — Cavallo Point Lodge recently opened its doors to host the 2013 Kenshoo Conference, and the onsite PSAV team was on hand to bring excitement with technology to more than 175 attendees.

Since the internet technology and marketing company is known for its ‘hip’ culture, the PSAV team was inspired to get especially creative and steered away from the typical set. The team used a MBP scenic set, LED lighting, flown-conventional lighting, flown-signal processing equipment, several wireless microphones and a perfect cue.

“The technology we used was the spirit behind the modernistic yet utilitarian hard set,” said PSAV Technical Coordinator Benjamin Kristy. “The client loved the visual impact of the MBP set, and they were pleased with the look it gave to the background of their video.”


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