Stage

Stage Performances

  • Real-time 2D/3D rendering, post-processing, effects, chroma keying
  • Advanced 3D graphics: HDR, Depth of Field, shadows, reflections, refraction
  • Highly flexible node-based graphics programming interface
  • Construction of interactive scenes / effects using a node-based logic
  • Multiple simultaneous video outputs to monitors, projectors, LED-walls etc.
  • Mapping: projection onto complex surfaces
  • Creating panoramic views using multiple projectors
  • Customizable on-stage control interfaces, touch screen control surfaces
  • Performer: a separate intuitive control interface for VJ performances
  • Controlling any event or effect parameter via touch screen, GPIO, MIDI, DMX / ArtNet
  • Controlling attached devices from Aximmetry via GPIO, DMX / ArtNet
  • Scalable: multiple video cards or hardware can be operated under one system, each assigned a different task
  • All-in-one solution: No need to buy separate modules and extensions for 2D/3D graphics, video wall display, projection - the software includes all of them
  • Accessible price point, great value proposition

Aximmetry’s on-stage controller surface, called Performer is a unique interface designed for touch-screen, which in addition to providing user and audience experience, highly speeds up and facilitates the interaction, and owing to multi-touch technology enables a virtuoso performance.

 

The software has all the already known ordinary modes of playing and setting, moreover new technologies and subtle hints help the performer to align the visual materials to the music or to the dynamically changing environment more precisely during the performance. Masking, distorting, panorama showing, live image effecting– all this in real time.

With the help of Composer, the internal content editor every possible need of composers and artists can be completely satisfied. The already prepared visual contents can be played dynamically, synchronized with high precision to any external device or even to delayed or inaccurate theatrical, orchestral events. From the simple abstract contents to the latest hype 3D animations can be realized nicely thanks to the DirectX 11 based graphics engine; the used hardware is the only limit.

The 3D contents depending on its creations give complete freedom to the performer during the performance unlike in the case of pre-prepared movies where one can change only the speed of playing or effecting it subsequently. Furthermore extra features help the job like Composer which can be used for the pre-assembled materials without long-term renderings, the compilations and modifications can be seen in real time, can be fine tuned on the spot saving hours or even days.

The built-in recording mode makes it easier to record rehearsals and performances without using expensive and combined external tools. The synchronized content of a complete performance can be recorded by separated input and output tracks: including projection, sounds, lights and optionally connected devices. The recorded material can be modified subsequently, and due its small size can be easily shared online.

Due to its network architecture the performance-systems can be scaled optionally, can be used for gigantic projections using large number of computers and projectors. Remote system eliminates the limitation of long distances; the performer does not have to be on the spot any more. Control, content management and performance broadcasting can be realized far away from the projector device via the Internet using even smart-phones or tablets.

Projects

“Shattered Dreams” (Széttört álmok), an early application of Aximmetry for rear-projection performed on stage at the Palace of Arts in Budapest in 2012.

Thanks to the finest directing skills of András Almási-Tóth, combining the components of music, visuals and dance have resulted in a pioneering production.

Palace of Arts, Budapest

“Shattered Dreams” (Széttört álmok), an early application of Aximmetry for rear-projection performed on stage at the Palace of Arts in Budapest in 2012.

Thanks to the finest directing skills of András Almási-Tóth, combining the components of music, visuals and dance have resulted in a pioneering production.

Palace of Arts, Budapest

Special arrangement of projection was executed using a sole PC at the summer Ozora Festival in 2012.

The installation consisted one spatially divided LED grid and 16 pieces of oval canvases. Aximmetry Stage had to project several different pictures in the same time to these surfaces with each and every artist using their own computers for the evening shows.

The VJ Artist changeovers were smooth and short and the complex set-up of the LED grid and the masked circle shaped canvases worked continuously. The performing artists simply connected their notebooks to the Aximmetry video server, and the system distributed, effected and masked the provided images. Aximmetry Stage was able to use all 16 canvases to display separate smaller images or as one large surface.

Multiprojector mapping set in R33, Budapest.

8 projectors were used each projecting a real-time generated effect mapped and masked to the geometry of the room's features.

The projectors were driven by a single PC running Aximmetry Performer.

Multiprojector mapping set in R33, Budapest.

8 projectors were used each projecting a real-time generated effect mapped and masked to the geometry of the room's features.

The projectors were driven by a single PC running Aximmetry Performer.

Aximmetry Technologies Ltd.

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