For Scott Barnes, lighting console programmer and owner of i-light design, the movie “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” is more than a beloved classic from the 80s — it was the catalyst that led to an illustrious career designing 2D plots and 3D models of movie sets. “After I saw ‘ET’ at 10 years old, I realized how fascinated I was with motion pictures,” said Barnes. “I started following filmmakers, got an 8-millimeter movie camera, and began experimenting with filmmaking. Lighting logically followed, and I got my first job offer as a tech guy for a movie with George C. Scott before graduating high school.”
Topics: 2D Plots, 3D Modeling Maya, 3D models, 8-Millimeter Movie Camera, Ant-Man, beta tester, Cameramen, Captain America: Civil War, Construction Crews, Data Visualization in Viewports, Dreamgirls, DWG drawings, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Entertainment, entertainment design, ESP Vision, Filmmaking, Gaffers, George C. Scott, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Hog Console, I-Light Design, Inception, Iron Man, Lighting Console Programmer, Lighting Plots, Marvel Movies, Motion Pictures, Movie Sets, PDF drawings, Previs, previsualization, previz, Production process, Scott Barnes, Set Designers, Star Trek into Darkness, Subdivision Surfaces, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, Vectorworks 2017, Vectorworks Designer, Vectorworks Spotlight, Vision, Wisywig
From churches, theatres, and schools to corporate events, concerts, and music festivals, the demand for exceptional previsualization software to cue shows and perfect experiences is at an all-time high. So to help these growing and varying needs, we’re offering a more cost-effective pricing structure for Vision, our previz software.
Topics: company announcements, company news, Entertainment, entertainment design, ESP Vision, lighting designers, Planet Vectorworks, previsualization, previz software, programmers, Spotlight, Universe, Vectorworks, Vectorworks Spotlight, Vision
We are thrilled to see the Vectorworks name popping up more and more in the media these days. Between the 2016 Design Summit, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention 2016, and the Rock in Rio Festival, we’ve been busy connecting with our users and making headlines.
Topics: 5+1AA architectures, AECCafe, and Architectural Record, Archispeak, Architect magazine, Architecture, Architizer, Architosh, BIM, Building & Design + Construction magazine, Builtr Labs, company news, Design Summit, DesignIntelligence, engineering.com, Entertainment, ESP Vision, event, John Helm, Kyle Fiddelke, Land8, Landmark, Live Design, Medical Construction & Design, Metal Architecture Construction News, Metropolis, partnership, Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal, Production Resource Group, rock in rio, Simonetta Cenci, Spotlight, Studio Gray, the American Architects (AIA) Convention 2016, The Construction Specifier, The Office of James Burnett (OBJ), trade shows, Vision
The days were warm, the nights were cool, and the shows were hot at Rock in Rio: Lisbon. Over our week in Portugal, we worked hard and played hard, taking every opportunity to interview the lighting designers working at the festival.
Scale up your design skills with two new video tutorials in this month’s Tech Roundup.
Topics: 30th Rock in Rio, Adam Lambert, Ariana Grande, Avicii, Baltimore Maryland, Beyoncé, Brandon Eckstorm, Bruce Springsteen, "Crazy in Love", Cueing, Entertainment, entertainment and event technology solutions, ESP Vision, Frank Brault, @FrankOnDesign, Hollywood Vampires, Joe Dimaio, Joseph Simons, KoЯn, lighting design, lighting technology, Lisbon Portugal, Liz Bauman Content Marketing and Strategy Manager, Maroon 5, Parque da Bela Vista, previsualization, previz, PRG, Queen, rigging, Rock in Rio Lisbon, Stewart Rom, Stewart Rom Chief Marketing Officer, Vision, Vision Studio
The cat’s out of the bag that we’re gathering 500 of our closest friends from the architecture, landscape, and entertainment industries in Chicago for the 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit. Our April 25-27 annual conference boasts inspirational keynotes, Continuing Education thought-leadership sessions, and a sneak peek into the future of our software line. There is also one-on-one tech support, product training, as well as many networking opportunities. And while there’s been an aura of mystery surrounding one of the most exciting details of the conference, we’re ready to give you the scoop!
Topics: 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit, 3Dconnexion, Architecture, Architecture and Design Galleries, Art Institute of Chicago, Asite Solutions, AV Chicago, BlueBeam, Canon U.S.A, Chicago Architecture Foundation, connectCAD Limited, Customer Appreciati, Energos, Escola Técnica Superior d'Arquitectura, ESP Vision, Eva Franch i Gilabert, Expo Happy Hour, Hey Jimmy, HP, Impressionism Exhibit, Inc., Marionette, Marionette Science Fair, Maxon Computer GmbH, Mies van der Rohe, Modelo, Notable User, OfficeUS, partnership, Ping-pong social club, Planet Vectorworks, Princeton University, Project Sharing, Pulp Art Surfaces, Scia, Solibri, SPiN, Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Office of Architectural Affairs (OOAA), The Windy City, U.S. State Department, United States Pavilion, Vectorworks Design Summit, XIV Venice Architecture Biennale
The crowd thrummed in anticipation to the beat of the music in Baltimore, Maryland’s Inner Harbor before the nightly performance of Diorama, a live show combining the talents of artist Michael Owen, choreographer Tony Byrd, and lighting designer Jay Herzog. Diorama is billed as a hybrid art piece showcasing dancing and painting in symbiosis, but like everything else at the inaugural Light City event, the longer you watched the more you discovered.
If you’re looking to enhance your workflows, improve your design skills, and have some fun, then look no further. With 30+ thought-leadership sessions, 32+ Continuing Education credit opportunities, 17+ hours of one-on-one tech support, and extensive software training, 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit attendees will gain newfound energy and fresh ideas to create innovative design solutions.
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When someone thinks about attending a service at their house of worship, their first thought probably isn’t about the visually spectacular production they’re about to witness. But that’s just where Seth Thiesen brings his skills to bear as a production and lighting director.
Topics: Entertainment, ESP Vision, House of Worship, inspiration, lighting design, LightWright plugin, North Point Community Church, North Point Ministries group, scenic design, set design, Seth Thiesen, Spotlight, Vectorworks Spotlight, Vision