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Modulo Player on Vanessa Paradis 2019 tour

From May to July 2019, Vanessa Paradis toured through 15 cities, among which were 7 concerts in the Olympia hall in Paris. In charge of the tour’s scenography, the creative agency Biscuit Production designed a scenery with light and video to accompany the artist and her musicians on stage. Paul Chappet, a lighting designer and a member of Biscuit Production team, explains that to accompany the stage lighting, video projection was integrated to the scenography. For the stage background, a cyclorama screen was powered by 2 x 14K Christie video projectors. Another 20K Christie video-projector was used to light the kabuki drape on stage during the concert introduction, but was also projecting on the musicians and on a string curtain closing on the cyclorama screen. Vanessa Paradis on the Olympia stage – Paris CUSTOMER STORY The Biscuit Production team relied on Modulo Player, the versatile media server solution by Modulo Pi. Provided by Artabase Studio, Modulo Player allowed the 14K video-projectors soft edge calibration on the cyclorama screen. As the 20K video-projector had to project on different surfaces throughout the concert, a task created in Modulo Player was used to control the projector’s optic as well as its focus on the kabuki drape, and then on the string curtain.

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