JNE Productions, an Indiana-based specialist in audio, video, lighting and stage systems design and integration, has chosen Custom Consoles furniture for a new church installation.
Custom Consoles announces an ergonomic upgrade and new colour style for its EditOne workstation.
Custom Consoles announces the completion of a television production gallery desk for the headquarters of an internationally active NGO. Designed and integrated in partnership with Geneva-based broadcast systems integrator Visuals, the desk will be used by technical staff supervising media coverage of various conferences and related events held during the course of each year.
The latest displays looking to gain a footing in the studio production arena are made from a technology known to mobile phone developers called organic liquid crystal displays (OLCD). It’s now being tested for dynamic set elements where video can be wrapped around and on top of a set piece. Other ultra-thin, shapeable technologies being discussed but not yet implemented include Flexible Open Frame OLED, In-Glass Wallpaper OLED and Ultra Stretch LCD signage displays.
As TV and movie production studios begin to slowly resume operations, they are doing so very carefully and with a number of government-mandated protocols for safe working in place. Some say these operational restrictions—limited crew, remote control when possible, non-essential personnel are not allowed—are significantly adding to the time it typically would take to complete a project. For starters, all shared equipment, microphones, and other TV production tools must be disinfected after each use.
New adaptor adds a versatile solution for grip gear compatibility.