Lotte World Night Parade
The computer controlled glowing oriental-styled spheres and lanterns are a highlight of the show as they magically take to the sky and float through elaborately choreographed formations high above the central ice rink during the daily parade. The autonomous tracking and control system consists of 26 custom developed infra red cameras, 13 slaves and one main computer under the roof structure plus one master computer in the main control room .
Location: Lotte World, Seoul, South Korea
Date: from July 2014 onwards
Summary of work: design, construction and on-site installation of an autonomous indoor radio controlled aerial show production consisting of 16 orbs of 1.2 meters (4 ft) , 6 lanterns of 2.5 meters (8 ft) and 1 star orb of 1.2 meters (4 ft) – all with radio controlled interior lighting.
Client: Gary Goddard Entertainment, Los Angeles, USA