Green Hippo & DWR prepare for Mediatech
Tuesday, 16 July 2019
green-hippoThe team from DWR Distribution, will be joined at Mediatech 2019 by Green Hippo's Suzy Stenning
South Africa - Green Hippo will join its African distributor DWR Distribution at Mediatech Africa, taking place 17-19 July in Johannesburg.
Green Hippo and DWR will be highlighting how technology is changing the face of creative design and human experiences, and showcasing the Hippotizer Media Server range of solutions for real-time media playback and 3D mapping.
Visitors are invited to stand C20 to witness the creative possibilities that the powerful new features of the latest Hippotizer software, V4.5. The team will be demonstrating the most recent software features developed in response to end-user feedback, including Object to Output, a new output mapping workflow.
Created as an invaluable live events tool, Object to Output ensures users can directly map content to outputs inside Hippotizer’s 3D workspace, ingeniously simplifying the management of large numbers of displays. It also allows users to seamlessly integrate multiple moving set elements, map a single video across numerous displays or dynamically adjust the perspective of the content.
Another feature designed to augment the creative user’s artistic expression is Hippotizer’s BeatBridge feature, which allows Hippotizer parameters to respond, in real time, to an audio input, via MIDI or DMX, be it the beat of the music or the intensity of a crowd.
In addition, on 17 July at Zone 3, stand C30, Green Hippo’s product specialist Suzy Stenning will present an introduction to Media Servers for Live Production. Visitors will be able to learn about real-time output configuration and playback, basic set-up, hardware benefits and options plus popular software features.
On the same day, and at the same location, Stenning will present Projection Mapping and 3D Workflow. This will cover the different types of projection mapping, 2D and 3D workflow and how Hippotizer and SHAPE can be used to streamline processes, followed by a deep dive into a case study on the Houston Energy City 3D mapping project.
(Jim Evans)

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