XeroCon London 2019 Featured A Mammoth LED screen

Billed as the world’s most beautiful and innovative conference for cloud accounting leaders, returned to ExCel London on 13-14 November 2019. Bringing together accountants, bookkeepers, ecosystem partners and industry leaders, over 3,500 delegates gathered to find out the latest news and updates from cloud-based accounting software company Xero. Welcome to Xerocon London 2019.

Lighting designed by Russell Grubiak complemented on-screen content and the Xero brand whilst also ensuring the speakers were beautifully lit. Audio in the Keynote Theatre was delivered using a d&b audiotechnik V Series line array. The system, which uses full ArrayProcessing, ensured that audio was delivered evenly across the space for each member of the 3,500 strong audience.

Low-Cost Technology Brings New Parents Peace-Of-Mind

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit beds at UC Davis Children’s Hospital now come with webcams so parents can watch their babies when they can’t be there.

“Our families come from all over Northern California, some from very far distances and many are here for a long time,” said UC Davis Neonatologist Kristin Hoffman. “Many have to go back and forth for their job or to care for their other kids, and it’s stressful to have a baby in the NICU.”

Projectors Light Up Sydney Opera House

FROM A/V NETWORK

The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House were transformed into a digital canvas showcasing brilliant and lifelike projections to celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali, and to observe Remembrance Day.

Designed, planned, and executed by Christie’s longstanding Australian partner The Electric Canvas (TEC), the projections were made possible using 14 Christie Crimson 3DLP laser projectors. The projection system was installed in four compact structures at the Overseas Passenger Terminal, some 400 meters from the Opera House on the opposite side of Circular Quay. TEC’s technical team set up and programmed the Crimson projectors with their usual aplomb and efficiency, ensuring pixel-accurate alignment of each projector with the Opera House’s architecture.