Lighting Visualisation at The Royal Opera House, Smart Design in 3D Theatre


Lighting visualisation software is developing fast, and whilst the profession is using it more than ever, you may still be surprised to learn how much more can be done. At the Royal Opera House, lighting visualisation is being used to join together lighting design to other technical aspects of the production, saving valuable time and money. James Simpson, who runs the visualisation suite at the ROH, discusses the concept of visualisation and the role it plays in their productions, including when the Royal Ballet took Romeo and Juliet to the O2 Arena.Presented by: James Simpson




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