Stage Installations & Multimedia

Since the technology world has advanced and developed, the events industry faces new challenges. Today, stage and multimedia installations are at the heart of events. Through stage design, lighting, audio production, video integration, multimedia, and interactive elements, it is possible to be more daring, create more, and turn the event into an amazing experience – one that will leave a lasting impression on the audience, and that people will talk about long after the event. At B.Y, we have all the means to create stage and multimedia installations that will leave this effect on you.


Visual Technology and the Surprise Effect

Visual technology refers to the use of tools, devices, and techniques that manipulate visual content. Incorporating visual technology into events and conferences offers a different experience that will upgrade the event. For example, transparent screens, made of LED panels or glass surfaces, allow light to pass through, creating a sense of three-dimensional transparency. Video projection on a transparent screen can generate a feeling of three-dimensionality and an illusion of transparency. Another example is water screens used as projection surfaces. Water is sprayed in a thin, flat surface onto which images, videos, and even lasers can be projected, creating a floating effect in the air. Visual technology can also be combined with interactive stage systems to create dynamic spaces. Together with dancers, proper lighting, and synchronized sound effects, stunning performances can be created!
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The Power of the 3: Human Component, Complementary Multimedia, and Pyrotechnics

Imagine for a moment that you are sitting in a large hall in front of a giant screen, on which a roller coaster track is projected. Suddenly, you hear the railroad car that you are ״sitting״ in start to move, the picture changes along with the sound, and you see the sky. You reach the highest point on the roller coaster and suddenly, at maximum speed, you plummet down, hearing the cries of joy from your friends who are with you, feeling that you are moving right and left with wind between your legs, when suddenly a flash of light on the stage 'captures' you. Yes, we can do that. Using advanced equipment and technologies, we know how to synchronize the visuals on the LED screen, musical effects, and advanced detailing technology to ensure a multisensory experience that will stay with you long after the event is over.

The Importance of the Visual on Stage, the Musical Cue, and the Role of the Director

Video projection at an event serves as a canvas for various and endless visual elements, transforming a simple stage into a dynamic and rich environment. Through artistic videos and films, messages and narratives can be communicated, setting the tone for the event, evoking emotions, telling a story, establishing the atmosphere, and complementing the theme being portrayed. The video background aligns with a musical cue—a specific point in the event where the music is intended to change the action on stage. This allows, for example, the presenter to have a dialogue with a virtual character on the screen. Therefore, it is crucial to have a director in control. The director is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all components of the event, including the performers, stage design, lighting, sound, and visuals. In the context of artistic video, the director plays a crucial role in ensuring that the videos and their timing match the musical cues and the overall flow of the event.