HOG Factor competition finalists named
Wednesday, 9 August 2017
hogfactorThe competition finals will be held on High End Systems' booth at the 2017 LDI trade show
USA - High End Systems has announced the finalists for the 2017 HOG Factor National Collegiate Lighting Show Programming Competition. The competition finals will be held on High End Systems' booth at the 2017 LDI trade show. The finalist teams will be flown to Las Vegas to perform their pieces live at LDI 2017, based on the High End Systems 2017 LDI Booth Design.
The Finalist teams are:
Long Beach Three from California State University. Long Beach
SolaSwine from Carnegie Mellon University
Backstaged from University of Cincinnati – CCM
High End Systems' Paul Hancock commented: "On behalf of everyone from HES, we want to congratulate all teams for their participation in our third annual HOG Factor Competition. The participation was overwhelming this year; to say it was incredibly difficult for our panel of judges this year would be an understatement. After three years of the Hog Factor Competitions, the submissions we are receiving improve every year."
HES console senior software engineer Jonathan Kemble added: "We're excited to be hosting the HOG Factor once again, and are thrilled to see the enthusiasm and interest in HOG from such a variety of young designers. It's great to see how well the HOG 4 console range extends to all levels of experience. We couldn't be happier to provide our powerful feature set to a fresh new crowd and give them some well-deserved exposure."
HES general manager Becky Koester commented: "The HOG Factor competition has grown each year - not just in the number of participants, but mainly in the content and complexity we see in the work and output of the student teams. Each year becomes a bit more challenging in the overall judging and selection process. We're very anxious to meet the three teams selected to join us at LDI. This next generation of LD's are very gifted and bring a new dimension to their work."
(Jim Evans)

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