The Disguise stand will feature numerous product and service showcases including U2’s show at the Las Vegas Sphere (photo: Rich Fury)
Spain - disguise brings its integrated ecosystem of software, hardware and services to ISE 2024, with new product releases and integrations, demonstrating its market positioning to unlock the next dimension of entertainment.
Tom Rockhill, chief commercial officer at Disguise, said, “We are delighted to be back at ISE to showcase some fantastic new developments to our technology ecosystem, bringing even more power and engagement to live shows and experiences of all sizes and levels of complexity.”
The Disguise stand (3H210) will feature numerous product and service showcases, giving ISE visitors a view of its latest solutions that have enabled some of the world’s most talked about live shows, including U2’s show at the Las Vegas Sphere, and the BBC Earth Experience in London.
ISE will mark the first public reveal of Disguise’s soon-to-be-released VX 3 hardware - the latest addition to its flagship VX range, alongside the recently-launched VX 2+, both built to run pre-rendered and real-time content at scale, with three and two video outputs respectively.
As part of a technical partnership with Smart Monkeys, Disguise will reveal the initial phase of its Designer software integration with ISAAC, the industry-standard tool for content scheduling and remote system monitoring.
A dedicated demo pod will showcase the Disguise Cloud toolset, including the Disguise Drive virtual collaboration workspace and recently integrated Mapping Matter projection simulator, both enabling seamless cross-team collaboration.
Visitors to Disguise’s stand will also have a chance to immerse themselves in a number of dynamic virtual environments as part of an interactive LED photo booth. The environments are custom-built by Disguise’s creative and technical services division (Meptik).
Disguise solutions can be found everywhere on the ISE show floor with multiple companies using Disguise’s integrated solutions to power the content showcased on their stands.

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