In 1822, Schubert famously never finished his Symphony Number 8. Nearly 200 years later, mobile phone manufacturer Huawei has rectified this; by using the AI on it’s Mate 20 Pro Smartphone to analyse the first two movements to generate a third and fourth.
TSL provided lighting for the reception area and main auditorium at Cadogan Hall. The in-house rig of Fresnels and Robe DL7S units cleanly illuminated the stage to provide crisp colours and gobo projection from above. On the stage, LD Neil Harvey made use of TSL’s extensive stock of 1000mm Martin VDO Sceptron 10 units to provide bright, sharp colours and unique eye-candy effects. These were complimented by Martin Aura XB wash units to provide low-level colour and mood as the tension built towards the third and fourth movements.
Upon the balcony level of Cadogan Hall, Martin Rush Par 2s and SGM P5s beautifully uplit the architecture of the building, with the variable zoom on the Rush Par 2s allowing crisp beams to highlight the pillars within the building. The entire system was controlled and monitored using TSL’s stock of Luminex hardware including GigaCore switches and DMX-8 Mk II ArtNet nodes.
We were delighted to work alongside INCA Productions and Huawei on this event. For more information on any of the products used or to arrange a demo, contact firstname.lastname@example.org