It was a 20′ x 20′ exhibit booth including a 20-foot tall wall of IRiS™ R2s hung as high as the Hollywood hills sign…but in Florida. Blizzard’s booth design had the paparazzi swarming at InfoComm 2019, featuring a 3 x 3 square of LED video walls made with 81 IRiS™ R2 panels, plus another 36-panel IRiS™ InSite 2.5 wall.
Fifteen additional fixtures rounded out the light show cast, directed by AntiShadows Lighting Design. Moving heads, both large and compact (Super-G™ 150) were on display along with IP65-rated fixtures (TOURnado™) fit to weather any storm, indoor or outdoor.
Ellipsoidals (Aria™) and wash lights (Colorise™/ProPAR™) were also fan favorites for the crowds at the Orange County Convention Center. But the breakout star was the prototype for Blizzard’s new, internally-developed product: SoC-It™ – a wireless, single universe, Art-Net receiver.