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Plasa London 2013


ArKaos PRO


PSCo


ArKaos PRO is a dynamic brand that has taken the professional video market by storm since its formation in early 2013. A division of ArKaos, ArKaos PRO services the large-scale, professional-level show and lighting projects which dominate ArKaos’ client base worldwide. ArKaos PRO software products and media servers deliver blistering performance in speed, effects and manipulation of simultaneous high-definition videostreams. Leading lighting and stage designers use ArKaos PRO products to create fantastic visual projections on video screens and LED walls at concerts, theatres, churches and clubs. Rental companies love the product range for its tour-tested stability! Stand Number: E50 +32 (0) 2 340 86 86 www.arkaospro.com


Robert Juliat


For the first time, visitors to PSCo’s stand will have the unique opportunity to view the entire suite of professional ultra large format displays and videowall solutions available from Samsung, in one place, side by side. PSCo is partnering with Samsung to showcase a remarkable total of 38 displays, encompassing models from the UE, UD and ME Series in sizes ranging from 22” up to 95” with a special preview of the 95” officially launching in December 2013. An impressive double-sided, 5m long display consisting of 20 large format LCD and videowall displays will be a major stand attraction, along with a distinctive curved videowall made up of 46” and 55” ultra-thin bezel LCD displays and 22” square displays. PSCo brackets will be used to configure the giant display in a creative layout demonstrating the flexibility of the mounting solution to support these high performance, professional displays in their different sizes, orientations and varying heights.


Robert Juliat is the long-established French manufacturer of high quality lighting equipment for theatres, opera houses, broadcast, events and architecture worldwide. Established for over 90 years, Robert Juliat is proud to say that all its products are ‘Fabriqué en France’ to guarantee the highest standards and full quality control over every aspect of production.


Robert Juliat is the world leader in followspot design having the award-winning 1200W HMI Super Korrigan, the 1800W MSR Victor and the ground-breaking 4000W HTI Lancelot within its portfolio. Robert Juliat fixtures are designed for ergonomic perfection, and optical and mechanical excellence, to appeal to the technicians who handle them and the designers who use them. Robert Juliat is well suited to every application from the smallest theatre to the largest spectacular.


Stand Number: T76 +33 (0) 3 44 26 51 89 www.robertjuliat.com


All 38 displays will play eye-catching content, pre- scheduled and controlled using Samsung’s MagicInfo digital signage software for maximum audience impact. “PLASA is set to be a great show. Our stand will offer the ideal visual arrangement for anyone interested in Samsung’s display portfolio,” said Stuart Holmes, CEO at PSCo. “We look forward to welcoming visitors and demonstrating the breadth of PSCo’s portfolio, technical expertise, rental packages and support capabilities for creating inspiring environments.” Stand Number: F80 +44 (0)118 372 3300 www.psco.co.uk


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