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Induni & CIE’s 100th Year

Par : yannickkohn — 19 décembre 2017 à 16:51

Induni & CIE SA – 100th Year Celebration

2017, Geneva (CH)


Media Server : Modulo Player Ultra MP-UX-4


  • Technical Production : Dorier Group
  • Production : MCI
  • Design : Stamina
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Modulo Pi — ISE 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 17 janvier 2018 à 22:50

Modulo Pi offers a sneak peek at major new features of its media server solutions at ISE 2018- Booth 14-K135 –

January 2018, Paris – France

Exhibiting in Amsterdam at ISE 2018, Modulo Pi will give a sneak preview of the major new features for its media server solutions. Demos of the extensive capabilities of both Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic, alongside a live-interactive experience, will be showing in booth K135, Hall 14, from February 6th to February 9th.

Modulo Pi will give a preview of the upcoming versions of Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic, the full-spectrum media server solutions designed to create stunning visual experiences within a variety of applications, from everyday shows to the most demanding productions.

Modulo Player, the user-friendly media server ideal for everyday projects, offers an intuitive interface and simple-to-use workflow, for fast and easy set-up and operation. Modulo Player was designed to process media seamlessly and provide the best possible quality, while running on a streamlined hardware configuration.
Thanks to exclusive features such as the unique XMAP for advanced 2D warping, its playlist management, and powerful embedded show control capabilities, Modulo Player is a versatile and cost-effective solution that will fit the needs of a variety of projects.


Officially launched at ISE 2017, Modulo Kinetic is the ultimate tool for video playback, real-time 3D, interactivity, and tracking. This super high-end media server offers a state-of-the-art 3D engine for show design and visualization, powerful non-linear real-time compositing, nodal programming, as well as show control and tracking capabilities.
Modulo Kinetic can be used across the complete workflow, including study, simulation, media creation, encoding and playback. Operator-friendly with its intuitive and collaborative user interface, Modulo Kinetic makes projection study and simulation in 3D easy.


After being successfully used within a wide array of applications, including corporate events, theme parks, museums, and touring, new versions of Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic will be previewed at ISE 2018.

Both systems will provide unprecedented live management capabilities thanks to a new innovative “all-in-one” approach. The products will also be presented with a new rugged suspended chassis, as well as professional connectivity for improved durability.

Additional features specific to Modulo Kinetic will include 3D tracking, new real-time 3D features, and higher interactivity. Yannick Kohn, Modulo Pi’s Founder and CEO, explains: “For a live-interactive show, most of the time you will at least need one tracking system, one media server, and one FX add-on,… our vision is to offer one complete solution: Modulo Kinetic embeds real-time 3D, tracking, and video playback, to make the best out of these extensive capabilities through a unique box and user interface.

After starting a collaboration with Allegorithmic last year for the integration of 3D Substance materials, Modulo Pi goes further in real-time management: “We will introduce our new real-time 3D particles engine at ISE. And for the first time on a tradeshow, we will also demonstrate our optical tracking solution”, says Kohn.

These new capabilities of Modulo Kinetic will be highlighted in a unique playful demo experience created in collaboration with Pixel n’Pepper, a creative agency specializing in video scenography, interactivity, and 3D mapping.

Visit Modulo Pi at ISE 2018 in booth K135, hall 14, to find out more.

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ISE 2018 – FR

Par : yannickkohn — 24 janvier 2018 à 22:54

Modulo Pi offre un aperçu des nouvelles fonctionnalités de ses médias serveurs à l’ISE 2018 – Stand 14-K135-

Janvier 2018, Paris – France

Lors de l’ISE 2018 à Amsterdam, Modulo Pi donnera un avant-goût des nouvelles fonctionnalités de sa gamme de médias serveurs. Des démonstrations de Modulo Player et de Modulo Kinetic, ainsi qu’une expérience interactive live, seront présentées au stand K135, Hall 14, du 6 au 9 février.

Modulo Pi proposera un aperçu des prochaines versions de Modulo Player et de Modulo Kinetic. La société présentera une gamme de produits idéale aussi bien pour vos applications de tous les jours que pour les productions les plus exigeantes.

Ainsi Modulo Player, le média serveur adapté pour les projets de tous les jours, allie une interface intuitive, un workflow simple à utiliser, avec une prise en main facile et rapide. Commercialisé à un prix compétitif, Modulo Player est la solution idéale pour diffuser des médias de manière fluide. Grâce à des fonctionnalités exclusives telles que le XMAP pour la déformation 2D avancée, sa gestion des playlists, et de puissantes fonctions de show control, Modulo Player est une solution polyvalente et économique qui répondra à vos multiples besoins.


Officiellement lancé à l’ISE 2017, Modulo Kinetic est l’outil ultime pour la lecture vidéo, la 3D en temps réel, l’interactivité et le tracking 3D. Ce média serveur haut de gamme offre un moteur 3D performant pour la conception et la simulation de vos spectacles, du compositing 2D temps réel sous forme de multi timelines, de la programmation nodale, ainsi que des fonctionnalités de show control. Modulo Kinetic peut être utilisé sur l’ensemble du workflow, y compris l’étude, la simulation, la création de contenu, l’encodage et la restitution du show. Grâce à son interface utilisateur intuitive, Modulo Kinetic vous aide à réaliser facilement des études d’implantation et la simulation de vos projets en 3D.


Déjà utilisé avec succès dans un large éventail d’applications, aussi bien pour des événements corporate, que dans des parcs à thème, des musées et des tournées, les nouvelles versions de Modulo Player et Modulo Kinetic seront présentées à l’ISE 2018.

Les deux systèmes offriront une gestion des sources live sans précédent grâce à une nouvelle approche ” tout-en-un ” innovante. Les produits seront également présentés avec un nouveau châssis suspendu robuste, ainsi qu’une connectique professionnelle pour une durabilité améliorée.
Les fonctionnalités supplémentaires spécifiques à Modulo Kinetic incluent le tracking 3D, de nouvelles fonctionnalités 3D temps réel et encore plus d’interactivité. Yannick Kohn, fondateur et PDG de Modulo Pi, explique : ” Pour un spectacle interactif, la plupart du temps vous aurez au moins besoin d’un système de tracking, d’un média serveur et d’effets temps réel interactifs. Notre vision est d’offrir une solution complète : Modulo Kinetic intègre la 3D temps réel, le tracking et la restitution de vidéos pré-calculées, tout cela rassemblé dans une unique interface utilisateur “.

Après avoir entamé une collaboration avec Allegorithmic l’année dernière pour l’intégration des matériaux 3D Substance, Modulo Pi va plus loin dans la gestion temps réel : ” Nous présenterons notre nouveau moteur de particules 3D temps réel à l’ISE. Et pour la première fois sur un salon professionnel, nous présenterons également notre solution de tracking optique “, précise Yannick Kohn.
Ces nouvelles fonctionnalités de Modulo Kinetic seront mises en valeur dans une expérience unique de démonstration créée en collaboration avec Pixel n’Pepper, une agence de création spécialisée dans la scénographie vidéo, l’interactivité et le mapping 3D.

Visitez Modulo Pi à l’ISE 2018 au stand K135, hall 14, pour en savoir plus.

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ISE 2018 : Thank You!

Par : yannickkohn — 14 février 2018 à 17:18

ISE 2018 : Thanks for visiting us!

February 2018, Paris – France

For the second year in a row, our stand at ISE 2018 was packed with people. Our interactive demo in collaboration with Pixel N’Pepper, using Modulo Kinetic real-time 3d tracking and the preview of our real-time particle engine on a moving Nao robot, was met with excitement and brought many people to our booth.

With a Media Server, a 3d tracking system, interactive solutions, real time effects and a 3d engine – all integrated into one solution – Modulo Kinetic is much more than a Media Server.

ISE18 was also the opportunity for us to preview our live mixer embedded on both our solutions, Modulo Kinetic and Modulo Player. Coupled with the new Deltacast Flex live Capture card which offers more inputs, our mixer allows a lot more flexibility in live conditions to manage live sources.

Our new rugged suspended chassis, designed to face the harshest conditions when touring or during corporate events, also generated a lot of curiosity.


We are now back in our Parisian office, and the whole team would like to thank you for coming to see us in Amsterdam; your extremely positive feedback on our solutions strengthens our vision for the future of Media Servers. We always strive to bring you the most innovative solutions and are already working on even more amazing & groundbreaking features for next year !

Until then, don’t hesitate to browse our website which we update regularly with our new features, or contact us if you need more information on our solutions.

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ISE 2018 – Interactive Demo

Par : yannickkohn — 16 février 2018 à 13:08

ISE 2018, Nao Demo Show

2018, ISE18 TradeShow, RAI, Amsterdam – NL

This is Modulo PI Interactive Demo show at ISE18, previewing Modulo Kinetic real-time 3D tracking and real-time particle engine on our moving Nao robot.

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Stage Interactive Demo Design

Par : yannickkohn — 20 février 2018 à 22:09

Stage Interactivité / Demo Design

February 2018, Paris – France

Vous êtes graphiste, intéressé par la programmation nodale, et passionné par le domaine du spectacle ? Vous êtes peut-être la personne que nous recherchons !

Démo réalisée avec le moteur temps réel de Modulo Kinetic et sa solution de tracking intégrée, pour le salon de l’ISE 2018, Amsterdam

Modulo PI développe des solutions logicielles et hardwares innovantes dans le domaine de l’audiovisuel : vidéo-mapping, muséographie, concerts, spectacles, événementiel, lancements de produits, parcs à thèmes, grands événements…

Dans le cadre du développement de la nouvelle version de notre logiciel Modulo Kinetic, nous recherchons un profil mixte Graphiste & programmation nodale pour créer et réaliser des démos technologiques afin de mettre en avant les nouvelles possibilités de nos solutions : interactivité, tracking 3D temps réel, 3D Particle engine, matériau 3D PBR, VR.

Vous aimez :

Le temps réel
Le motion design
Le spectacle vivant

Vous maîtrisez :

Adobe Photoshop et/ou Illustrator
Logiciel de compositing
Logiciel 3D

Vous connaissez :

Substance Designer
Moteur 3D temps réel
Scripting (javascript)
Shader GLSL
Logiciel de programmation interactive Nodale TD/ VVVV

Vous êtes :

Force de proposition

Info pratiques :

Où : 113 avenue du président Wilson, 93210 La Plaine Saint Denis
Quand : dès maintenant
Durée : 3 à 6 mois
Contact : Envoyez votre CV à
Convention de stage obligatoire

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Bicentenary of la Caisse d’Epargne

Par : yannickkohn — 22 mars 2018 à 15:21

200th Anniversary of la Caisse d’Epargne

2018, Opéra Comédie, Montpellier – France

Bicentenary of la Caisse d’Epargne Languedoc Rousillon

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InfoComm Beijing 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 13 avril 2018 à 15:22

InfoComm Beijing 2018

April 2018, Beijing

Modulo Kinetic – InfoComm China 2018

    • Multimedia content design :NDIMENSIONS
    • AV rental company :PD AV
    • Projectors : Panasonic PT-RZ31K X6
    • Distributor : Myth Sanvei
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Tournée Orelsan 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 13 avril 2018 à 15:59

Tournée Orelsan 2018

2018, France

Tournée “La fête est finie”

    • video content : WOVE studio
    • light designer : Nicolas Xavier Brion
    • production : Asterios
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Ateliers Des Lumières

Par : yannickkohn — 18 mai 2018 à 16:17

Ateliers Des Lumières

2018, Paris

Opened on April 13, Atelier des Lumières, created by Culturespaces, is the very first Digital Art Centre in Paris. The 2,000 sqm venue, a 19th century disused foundry, received a complete make-over to allow the hosting of immersive digital art shows on a monumental scale. Its first exhibition is a fantastic immersive digital experience around Gustav Klimt’s work. It’s a stunning show bringing together monumental projection and music for a new artistic experience. Visitors are completely immersed into the work of the Austrian painter thanks to a massive AV set-up: more than 130 Barco PGWU-62 video-projectors were installed together with 35 Modulo Kinetic media servers by Modulo Pi.

A fine-tuned show with spectacular results : animated images of Klimt’s work are projected on the floor, on the walls (who can reach up to 12m) as well as on the ceiling and other typical elements of the venue, such as the foundry’s former chimney. Images flow in rhythm to the music, and appear perfectly moulded to the Atelier’s architecture.

Faced with the technical challenge of equipping such a venue to achieve a 300 million pixels projection, Culturespaces and Cadmos, the integrator for the project, opted for Modulo Pi’s systems from the project study phase.

Relying on his experience with the Carrières de Lumières based in Les Baux-de-Provence, South of France, Augustin de Cointet de Fillain, Multimedia Project Director at Culturespeaces, explains: “We initiated this type of exhibition in 2012 in Les Baux-de-Provence. This was achieved with a lighter AV system since the remarkable venue was already doing the show. However, we quickly realized that we would need a system with much higher potential and stability.”

Roman Hatala, Cadmos’ Director, further adds: “When Culturespaces told us about Atelier des Lumières, opting for Modulo Pi’s systems was evident as they are the most effective and adaptive systems on the market. We wouldn’t have done this project without it.”

After choosing video-projectors with higher resolution for better image quality, the teams of Culturespaces decided to rely upon Modulo Pi’s solutions to better answer their requirements for Atelier des Lumières, but also for their upcoming installations in France and abroad: “We are dealing with installations based on 90 to 130 video-projectors, which is huge. Therefore, we needed a reliable, comprehensive and powerful system that would allow us to work from site to site.”

For its first exhibition, Atelier des Lumières offers a three-part work around paintings of Gustav Klimt, the vision of the artistic director, and the former foundry now hosting the Atelier. “The exhibition is tailor made to the venue”, explains Augustin de Cointet de Fillain.
It’s as much creation as it is staging, with a certain complexity due to the perspectives and different depth levels in the venue. In this context, you need a really flexible operating system.”

The 35 units of Modulo Kinetic showed their efficiency at every stage of the project. Augustin de Cointet de Fillain provides more details about the crucial role played by Modulo Pi’s media servers prior to setting up : “We load a 3D plan of the venue, fill in the type of video-projector we’ll be using and what we want for each wall in terms of image pixel size and luminosity. Then, the Modulo Kinetic tells us where the VPs should be positioned, what the image distortion will be, the luminosity rendering on each area… Once this simulation phase is done on Modulo Kinetic, we move on to the venue.”

When at the venue, the installation and fine-tuning stages – central to the immersive effect – are done so as to give the impression of projecting one single image over the whole surface. Among other things, Modulo Kinetic helped handle the overlaps and soft edges, and made warping easy with the Xmap mode. The result was a seamless projection over the entire show surface.

Installation and fine-tuning had to be done within a limited time frame as Roman Hatala explains: “The audiovisual work comes at the very end. That was a real challenge to have everything set up and adjusted while the renovation work of the venue was still going on.” In this context, the features offered by Modulo Kinetic, allowing several users to work on settings at the same time, was key: “Modulo Kinetic allows shared and mutualized work on geometry. It helped us save a great deal of time by having someone working on a wall on one side, a second person on another side, and a third person working on the floor. To achieve all the fine-tuning in a shortened time, that was a real advantage.”

Once the set-up was over, Modulo Kinetic was then used as a show controller to handle and sequence all media that are part of the show: videos, music, images,… “That is the true force of Modulo Kinetic. It’s a comprehensive system in which anything can be centralized and controlled: videos, lights, sound, and interactive lasers”, comments Augustin de Cointet de Fillain. “Without Modulo Kinetic, we would have had no choice but to manage a string of not very reliable different systems, multiplying the overall system’s fragilities. We needed a super stable system with full and permanent control. We cannot afford to have a huge black wall.”

To make everyday management and maintenance easier, Modulo Kinetic comes with an app that handles the shows through pre-programmed loops, while also giving regular feedbacks ensuring the overall AV system is operating accurately at all times.
The show control and remote maintenance system was programmed by Cadmos’ teams, who have been working with Modulo Pi’s media servers for several years: “Modulo Pi was the best choice for this project. Their systems bring reliability, scalability and an image quality that cannot be reach with any other system”, explains Roman Hatala. “In our museum and contemporary art projects, Modulo Pi’s media servers allow us to work with Apple ProRes or uncompressed contents for better image quality. We also enjoy the capability of integrating custom show control and management options so that our clients can benefit from fully controllable and autonomous systems.”

To pursue its mission of bringing to the public a new way to discover Art, Culturespaces is currently working on the launch of new immersive art exhibitions in the United States and Korea.
These new large-scale projects will also rely upon Modulo Kinetic for the simulation, set-up, show control and maintenance operations. “We were looking for a reliable partner for our upcoming projects, and it will be Modulo Pi”, states Augustin de Cointet de Fillain. “We confirmed that choice due to our requirements in terms of reliability, but also because these systems allow us to anticipate and transpose the creation of our upcoming exhibitions.”
An anticipation made possible thanks to a vignette system that enables to export and work with low definition versions of the media involved in each show. “It helps us anticipate future creations which is very important. This way, we don’t have to close our venues for too long. That gives us a very enjoyable anticipation base.”


  • Technical Production : Cadmos
  • Production : Gianfranco Iannuzzi – Renato Gatto – Massimiliano Siccardi
  • Music : Luca Longobardi
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Petit R

Par : yannickkohn — 18 mars 2018 à 16:20

Petit R

2018, Ruinart House, Reims – France

In the heart of the Champagne region, in Reims, is the Ruinart house. A prestigious place where the art of receiving is intimately linked to the art of champagne. In this context, My little Paris asked Holymage to realize a unique video mapping creation, a visual display of their dinner discovered. The main character “Petit R” takes us for 4 minutes through the history of the brand. On the border of the animation film and the video mapping, this visual gem is to be discovered on site, all year long during seminars or exceptional dinners.


  • Client : Ruinart
  • Agency : My Little Paris
  • Writing and script: François Peyranne
  • Technical services: Mvision
  • Scenography, Direction & video design: Holymage
  • Music : Mani2 – Demolisha Studio
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Le Mystère de La Pérouse

Par : yannickkohn — 18 avril 2018 à 17:33

Le Mystère de La Pérouse

2018, Grand Parc Du Puy Du Fou – France

Puy du Fou’s new, original creation takes visitors on board La Pérouse’s voyage around the world,
which set sail from Brest in 1785. Aboard the famous seafarer’s ship, “La Boussole”, novice
explorers find themselves on the high seas, living and experiencing the expedition as it unfolds.

With this show, the Puy du Fou producers employ innovative special effects and succeed
in making visitors feel like they really are at sea. Throughout the experience,
enormous machines mimic the motion of a ship, while visitors witness a succession
of extraordinary scenes through the portholes. A combination of 3D video projection
mapping and highly realistic settings gives every stage of the voyage a different and
spectacular atmosphere: the port of Brest, Cape Horn, Easter Island, and the shipwreck…
Puy du Fou has even recreated climatic conditions: the clammy heat of the
Pacific, the icy winds of Alaska, and the dampness of the ship’s dark hold…

The visitor experiences all these sensations along the, at times, both exotic and hostile
journey of “La Boussole” and her sailors, all the way to their tragic end.


  • Photo : Puy du Fou et Julien Benhamou
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InfoComm Brazil 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 19 avril 2018 à 03:28

InfoComm Brazil 2018 – Epson Booth

April 2018, Sao Paulo – Brazil


  • Client : Epson
  • Content Creation : Allumage
  • Mapping / Tracking Integration : Allumage
  • Tracking Technology : Modulo Kinetic
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Open Doors day – Skynight

Par : yannickkohn — 20 avril 2018 à 10:29

Skynight – Open Doors Open day 2018

April 2018, Geneva – Switzerland

For it’s open doors day, Skynight in collaboration with Key Labs, created a racetrack projected on the floor of it’s warehouse, with real remote-control cars racing onto it.
To make the experience close to video games, the cars would flash in red every time they were out of the track and particles were generated in real time to create exhaust fumes behind the vehicles.
A smaller 2D version of the racetrack was displayed on a TV screen, giving information about the real-time position of each car and the number of laps it had completed.

This was all made possible thanks to BlackTrax technology to track the cars in real-time, and Modulo Kinetic using the tracking information to generate real-time particules and other projection effects on the moving cars.


  • Creation : Key-lab & Skynight
  • BlactTrax & Modulo Kinetic operator : Marc Frezza
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Viva Technology 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 28 mai 2018 à 14:29

VIVA Technology

May 2018, Porte de Versailles – Paris


  • Client : Publicis Group / Les Echos
  • Agency : Publicis Live
  • Technique : Videomania
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Puy En Lumières

Par : yannickkohn — 28 juin 2018 à 14:42

VIVA Technology

April To September 2018, Le Puy En Velay – France


  • Production : Laurent Lhuillery / Light Event Consulting
  • Artistic Direction : Gilbert Coudène / Les Allumeurs de Rêves
  • Visual content production : BK / Digital Art Compay
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Identiverse 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 9 juin 2018 à 11:58

Identiverse 2018

June 2018, Boston, MA – USA

Identiverse, formerly known as The Cloud identity Summit, is the world’s largest identity conference.
Featuring over 200 sessions and masterclasses, Identiverse offers exhibits and presentations from more than 50 vendors.
This includes presentations from some of the world’s most influential voices in digital identity, financial services, privacy, healthcare, security, IoT, mobile, architecture and more.
This corporate event is hosted by Ping Identity Corporation, a provider of cyber security solutions to Fortune 100 companies globally.

The event takes place in a different city in June every year. Identiverse2018 edition was held in Boston, at the Hynes Convention Center.
The main stage this year was in the Grand Ballroom, a 24,500 square foot space. In addition to the main stage, there were also 7 breakout rooms and an expo stage.
All AV elements including projection, sound, lighting, cameras, record decks, live streaming, content creation (i.e. motion graphics and projection video elements)
and all preproduction design and rendering were provided by Immersive, a cutting-edge production company based in San Fransisco. For the projection mapping both on the ceiling as well as the main stage, Immersive chose Modulo PI solutions to control the 12 projectors they required.

Modulo Kinetic was hosting the ceiling projection.
During the preproduction phase, Modulo Kinetic 3D preview allowed Immersive to test the accuracy of their projectors placement, as Sean Mason, Immersive CEO , explains :
“One challenge we faced was part of the ceiling projection was being blocked by the stage set. In the Kinetic projection study, we realized that the center stage arch would be blocking two of the projectors.
Not only did Kinetic make us aware of the issue, it also helped solving it, all before getting on show site : through the Kinetic Render Surface interface, we were able to send content from a different projector to fill in the blocked area. Without Kinetic, this fix would not have been possible, and we would not have been able to fill in the shadow. Kinetic truly saved the day! »
Once on site, Immersive made the best of some other Modulo PI exclusive features during set up, like the Remote Warp functionality to adjust the projection from any location in the Grand Ballroom: “The Remote Warp is extremely helpful to fine tune the mapping from anywhere in the room. It allows us to get up right next to the projection and adjust the warp/blend to achieve a perfect mapping” adds Mason.

Immersive also enjoyed The User Panel, another exclusive modulo PI feature. It was used to write cues, trigger several simultaneous tasks and control all Modulo Pi media servers “We love the Panel. It was absolutely necessary to control the show because the server hosting the central stage projection was backstage while another one was in the Front of House. Thanks to the Panel, we were controlling them both while sitting in the audience during the show.” adds Mason.
Sean Mason concludes : “Modulo Kinetic is definitely more powerful than any server we’ve used. Overall, every Modulo Pi product has been amazing to use and extremely powerful. The Modulo team has been incredible to work with, very supportive, quick to respond to questions and a wonderful partner to have. We are looking forward to many more Modulo Pi installations!”’

About Immersive:
Immersive is a cutting-edge company that creates dynamic environments for events. They specialize in corporate audio visual (AV), projection mapping, custom content creation, architectural projection mapping, sculptural projector mapping, lighting, audio, staging and rigging. Last year alone, Immersive executed over 180 events in the US. The company was founded in 2012 by Sean Mason. Some of their most iconic work are architectural projections whether on building facades and interior architecture such as The Old Mint in San Francisco, San Francisco City Hall, and Samsung Semiconductor HQ in Santa Clara.


  • Content Design and Creation:Immersive
  • Technical Production: Immersive
  • Photos : Sean Mason
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Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

Par : yannickkohn — 11 juillet 2018 à 15:34

Modulo Kinetic at the 2018 Commonwealth Games ceremonies

April 2018, Carrara, QLD – Australia

For the opening and closing ceremonies of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, The Electric Canvas, an award-winning Australian company specialized in large-scale projections, managed the AV projection relying on Modulo Pi’s high-end media server: Modulo Kinetic.

The 21st Commonwealth Games took place in April 2018 at the Carrara stadium in Queensland, Australia. Produced by Jack Morton Worldwide, the opening and closing ceremonies were spectacular shows with 4.000 volunteer performers. Combining theatre, dance, and music, the shows were created to reflect the Gold Coast culture, embodying its spirit and its energy.

After winning the tender, The Electric Canvas prepared the event over 6 months. To achieve such a large-scale video projection in the stadium, they chose 20 x Christie Boxer projectors, as well as Modulo Kinetic, a powerful media server with advanced features from Modulo Pi.

Peter Milne, Director of The Electric Canvas, explains: “I’ve been involved with Yannick Kohn – founder of Modulo Pi – and his technology for nearly 20 years now. When he launched Modulo Pi in 2010, we were very keen on adopting his latest system, Modulo Player”. Recognized internationally as a leader in large-scale and architectural projections, The Electric Canvas has relied on Modulo Player for several years now: “We use Modulo Player on many projects because we really like the X-map among other features.”

When entering the bid for the Gold Coast 2018, Milne chose Modulo Kinetic, Modulo Pi’s new media server solution: “We were very excited when Modulo Kinetic was launched, and now we have quite a lot of Modulo Kinetic servers. In fact, when we proposed Modulo Kinetic to the Commonwealth Games, we only had a few months experience with it. That was possible because we trust Modulo Pi when it comes to this type of software development. We were sure that their technology would be reliable and solid because of our previous experiences with Modulo Player.”

Working closely with the content producer, The Electric Canvas designed the projection overlay which determined how to cover the field of play, and how to project the other elements efficiently, while providing maximum creativity.
The main video projection was a visualization of Earth and its history, projected on the stadium playfield. This came with several challenges: “We had to put the 20 video-projectors at a height of 67 meters above the ground in the sports lighting towers. We did this because the stage was covered with sand, so there would have been a lot of unwanted texture, had we projected from a normal setting position. Especially as the sand was being constantly disturbed by the performers. Putting projectors so high was a difficult thing to do, particularly for technicians, who had to climb more than 200 steps every day to get to the top of the towers. But it was all worth it in the end, as the resulting image quality was very good” comments Peter Milne.

To handle all necessary changes, the flexibility in the video-projection programming brought by Modulo Kinetic was a must for both ceremonies of this major event: “Ceremony production is a very unique process. There are changes in the choreography or content every day, so you have to have a very flexible system to be able to cope with those changes and incorporate them, sometimes even within the same rehearsal.”

In a time-critical context, The Electric Canvas’ operators made the best of Modulo Kinetic’s capability to preview the show in 3D: “During the day, when we don’t have the benefit of darkness, we can run the show from the recording of the previous evening, using video of the rehearsal, to then further fine-tune the programming of the projection.”

The show also included 3D mapping on Migaloo, a 30 meters long inflatable white whale, handled by 12 puppeteers. The whale floated into the arena, with content projected onto it after it reached its final position. The projection on the whale then transferred to the field of play at the end of the sequence.

The show video was synchronized to timecode, which was delivered with the music, but sometimes had to run independently from the timecode, as Milne explains: “In the case of having to hold entries and exits by the cast, or other unplanned factors, you need programming strategies, creating loops in the content so you don’t have any unexpected result in the picture when the timecode stops, or when something unexpected happens in the show. There are a lot of media servers who don’t cope with this very well. Having a strategy whereby you can, at some point in the music, ignore the timecode, allowing the music to stop and to loop, waiting for something else to happen when there’s a mechanical breakdown on the field, or when somebody falls over, is crucial. These contingent loops are a major and important part of these live shows, so having a system like Modulo Kinetic that deals with those contingencies, in a very fluid and flexible way, is essential.”

Operators could also rely on the backup capabilities of Modulo Kinetic: “On a show this size, you have many departments involved, with everybody running from the timecode. One other important feature of Modulo Kinetic is the automatic reversion to back-up systems, should we have a computer problem or failure. That is also something Modulo Kinetic is good at.”

In the end, the projection was impressive and looked very good in both ceremonies, with The Electric Canvas receiving lots of positive comments. About the utilization of Modulo Kinetic on this international multi-sport gathering, Milnes concludes: “It was reliable, flexible, and easy-to-use in a situation that can sometimes change dramatically every day. The Modulo Pi media servers are very specifically built for technicians and for the creatives that do the type of work that we do. Because the Modulo Pi team listens to technicians and creatives that work on projects, they modify and improve their software specifically on that feedback. For us, that’s an enormous advantage compared to other much larger companies.”

The Electric Canvas

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Bain & Compagnie

Par : yannickkohn — 9 mai 2018 à 18:11

Bain & Compagnie Launch Party

May 2018, Ateliers des Lumières, Paris


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Malakoff Médéric Dinner

Par : yannickkohn — 13 mai 2018 à 18:01

Diner Malakoff Médéric

May 2018, Ateliers des Lumières, Paris


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Modulo Kinetic – version 3- New features

Par : yannickkohn — 14 septembre 2018 à 10:15

Modulo Kinetic, Much More than a Media Server

Paris, 13th September 2018

We are excited to present a new video demonstrating the new features of Modulo Kinetic’s version 3. With this new version, we take you further into real-time management and enhanced interactivity.Watch the short demo for a small preview of all the new possibilities that Modulo Kinetic version 3 will bring out in your creativity.


Our vision is to offer one complete solution: Modulo Kinetic embeds real-time 3D, tracking, and video playback, through a unique box and user interface, to make the best out of these extensive capabilities.

Main features – Our All-in-one solution will give you access to :

– A complete media server solution
– ModuloTracker – Modulo Kinetic new Tracking solution: Camera Rig calibration, ground setup, full automatic calibration of projectors.
– Realtime3D Dynamic automatic blending & Full automatic calibration of projectors
– Integrated nodal programming for interactivity, real-time 3D engine with particles for generative content
– Show control

Check the full version of the demo below for a more detailed demonstration:

In this video :
First, we recreated the stage environment in Kinetic 3D viewer. All the effects (generative content, interactive 3D effects, interactive objects, 3D area detection of objects as triggers) where created in their own 3d scenes in Modulo Kinetic, and where then added to the timeline.
At the office, we used leap motion to prepare all the effects beforehand. Once on stage site, we switched to ModuloTracker. For the Robe Viva followspot, the beacon position was sent to the Ma lighting desk using PSN protocol. In this new version, we’ve also added the possibility, with a Mocap suit, to animate a rigged avatar through real-time capture.

Set-up information :

– 6 x infrared cameras

– 2 x 20 000 lumens projectors

– 1 x Modulo Kinetic Designer + 1 Modulo VNode

– 1 Robe Viva

– Ma Lighting desk

– Mocap Suit.

– Stage size : about 20m

We can’t wait to see all the amazing things you’ll come up with in futur shows using these new features !

Modulo Kinetic version 3 – coming soon

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J’ai fait un rêve – 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 24 juin 2018 à 17:46

J’ai fait un rêve – 2018

Summer 2018, Nancy – France

Once again, the good old Stanislas invites visitors to admire the talent of Nancy city’s artists, and presents a new sequence dedicated to art, nature, and industry. Hosted on one of the most beautiful square in the world (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site), this show has been renewed every year for the past 10 years, and has fired the imagination of more than 800 000 people in 2018 alone.

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Parle m’en !

Par : yannickkohn — 24 août 2018 à 17:37

Parle m’en !

Summer 2018, Rennes – France

For this new creation, the Brittany Parliament gives visitors a tour of Rennes city.

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Par : yannickkohn — 24 septembre 2018 à 17:15


August & September 2018, Avignon – France

Vibrations is the new summer creation for the Palais des Papes. This show has immersive touches and embarks visitors in a pictural panorama, as a tribute to the site’s beauty and environment.

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Modulo PI : the world’s first media servers with an embedded live mixer.

Par : yannickkohn — 7 novembre 2018 à 16:44
Chassis suspendu

Modulo Pi enhances its media servers with an embedded real-time live mixer. An industry-first that will be introduced at ISE 2019 – Booth 14-K135 –

November 2018, Paris – France

Modulo Pi is pleased to announce a new version of its media server solutions: Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic will now embed a real-time low-latency live mixer, a world’s first that will be demonstrated at ISE 2019 in booth K135, Hall 14, from February 5th to February 8th

Modulo Pi is pleased to introduce a real breakthrough at ISE 2019: Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic, two turnkey media server solutions, will now include a real-time low-latency live mixer. Designed to create stunning visual experiences within a variety of applications, Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic become the world’s first media servers with an embedded live mixer.


Modulo Player is a user-friendly and cost-effective media server ideal for everyday projects. It offers an intuitive interface and simple-to-use workflow for fast and easy set-up and operation. Thanks to exclusive features such as the unique XMAP for advanced 2D warping, its playlist management, and powerful embedded show control capabilities, Modulo Player is a versatile solution that will fit the needs of a variety of projects.

Designed for the most advanced shows, Modulo Kinetic is the ultimate tool for video playback, real-time 3D, interactivity, and tracking. This super high-end media server offers a state-of-theart 3D engine for show design and visualization, powerful non-linear real-time timelines, flexible nodal programming, as well as advanced show control and tracking capabilities. Modulo Kinetic can be used across the complete workflow, including study, simulation, encoding, playback and show control.

Always striving to offer the most comprehensive and user-friendly solutions, Modulo Pi takes its “all-in-one” approach to the next level by adding a real-time low-latency live mixer to its systems. Available through a dedicated application (PC, Mac), the mixer’s clean and intuitive user interface gives access to varied functionalities: Program and Preview screens, unlimited number of destinations and mix engines, presets creation and management, layer properties and transition effects including borders, keying, mask, fade, flying.
The mixer allows a true live preview of sources within the interface, and comes with other advanced features like the ability to select a workspace area and turn it into a source, or a Quickset function for fast and easy layers management. To save time and maximize efficiency, multiple users can work simultaneously on the media server and mixer applications. GPU-based, Modulo Pi’s systems also integrate input boards, including low-latency FLEX modules by Deltacast.

Yannick Kohn, Modulo Pi’s Founder and CEO, explains: “We keep on innovating to provide the most complete, reliable, and user-friendly solutions. With the new embedded live mixer, operators can now collaboratively perform warping, blending, mapping, presets, encoding, and show control… all of it, through one single box.”

Based on the latest GPUs, Modulo Pi’s systems are truly future-proof and are regularly upgraded to integrate and support new features, as well as the ever-changing technologies. The brand new live mixer will be also available for the Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic units already in the field through a software upgrade.

Visit Modulo Pi at ISE 2019 in booth K135, hall 14, to find out more.

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Cloudbees / Jenkins World – 2018

Par : yannickkohn — 14 novembre 2018 à 13:27

Cloudbees / Jenkins World – 2018

Sept 2018, San Fransisco, CA, USA – Oct 2018, Nice, France

For its 2018 Jenkins World Tour, CloudBees gathered a large community of developers from all
over the globe in two locations: San Francisco (USA) in September, and Nice (France) in October.
For these major rendezvous bringing together 2,500 attendees, a wide and neat video projection
with mapping was created using Modulo Kinetic, a powerful video solution by Modulo Pi.

Immersive, a cutting-edge production company based in San Francisco, was in charge of the
entire show for the 2018 Jenkins World Tour in the United States, and France.
The main stage used for keynotes consisted in two wide screens, plus a third screen with a globe
shape in front of them.

In San Francisco, 5 x Christie Boxer 30K were installed to feed the screens on a 135 feet (41
meters) stage. To deal with the challenges of this show, Sean Mason, Founder and CEO of
Immersive, decided to opt for the Modulo Kinetic media server solution: “We work with Modulo
Pi’s systems for all our projector mappings now. Modulo Kinetic is bulletproof, powerful, and
versatile. It has everything in it.”

For both events, Modulo Kinetic was used in a configuration with two Kinetic Vnode servers, both
controlled through one Kinetic Designer. The show was designed to offer maximum flexibility,
with any source that could be routed to any location. Four opening videos were
played, composed of two videos on the side screens and one on the front globe, playing
simultaneously. Immersive teams could also route the PowerPoint presentations on the walls, or
on the globe.

Immersive worked in close collaboration with CGI Interactive, the company in charge of creating
the introduction videos and PowerPoint presentations for the event. Creative teams developed all
content on a template created by Immersive.

An Ascender 32 mixer by Analog Way was in line to do all the switching for the 6 x MacBook and 6
x PCs. The outputs of the Ascender 32 were sent to the Kinetic Vnode servers in charge of playing
the content for stage left and stage right.
Sources also included 2 x cameras for IMAG, and an SDI matrix recording the laptops, mixer, and
camera feeds sent to Modulo Kinetic.

Facing the challenge of adapting the show made in San Francisco to a new venue in France, Sean
Mason and his teams could rely on Modulo Kinetic’s powerful 3D engine for show simulation: “We
were coming to a place that that we’ve never been to before. You have a floor plan and that’s it.
For this reason, we 3D modeled the entire space, and could place our projectors, making sure we
would have the correct coverage.”

The simulation study also turned out to be helpful to project on the globe screen: “In this case,
Modulo Kinetic saved us because if we shot straight on, then the globe got a big shadow. In the
projection study, we had to move the projectors all the way to the side and shoot at an angle to get
behind the globe.”

The stage in Nice being 85 feet (25 meters), Immersive had to redesign part of the show and adapt
the content. The simulation done using Modulo Kinetic also helped select 7 x Barco 30K
projectors. Sean Mason explains: “Projection study is something we always had trouble with in
the past. There’s plenty of time when we’ve done it with other software. It looks good in the
software, but when you get to the site, it’s just not working. This is not the case with Modulo
Kinetic. It includes a library with exact specifications for every projector. Even the lens choice is
accurate. We used to bring two sets of lenses, but now we don’t have to do that anymore. It actually
saves a lot of money.”

Warping and mapping over the globe were done on site, using Modulo Kinetic’s mobile remote
application. “Warp remote is a great attribute, says Mason. Thanks to it, we’re able to get right
next to the projection, and do all the fine-tuning.”
The multi-user remote control software helped save time by working simultaneously on warping
and show encoding.

All show encoding and control was done through Kinetic Designer. Around 40 tasks were created
for the show, as well as custom panels using the system’s UI Designer.

Thanks to the panels, all tasks could be triggered live using Modulo Kinetic’s iPad application.
Creating tasks through Modulo Kinetic allowed to easily deal with last minute changes in the
show, being able to add anything, programming fade outs or loops in the timeline,… “Modulo
Kinetic’s software is very easy to use. It’s very fast to write your cues and make your interface for
the iPad”.

The event that was Immersive’s first international show was a success. The company will work
on the 2019 Jenkins World Tour that will be held in San Francisco and Lisbon next year.

About Immersive:
Immersive is a cutting-edge company that creates dynamic environments for events. They specialize in corporate audio visual (AV), projection mapping, custom content creation, architectural projection mapping, sculptural projector mapping, lighting, audio, staging and rigging. Last year alone, Immersive executed over 180 events in the US. The company was founded in 2012 by Sean Mason. Some of their most iconic work are architectural projections whether on building facades and interior architecture such as The Old Mint in San Francisco, San Francisco City Hall, and Samsung Semiconductor HQ in Santa Clara.


  • Content Design and Creation: CGI Interactive
  • Technical Production: Immersive
  • Photos : Sean Mason
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Balenciaga – SS19 Paris Fashion Show

Par : yannickkohn — 30 septembre 2018 à 13:22

Balenciaga – SS19 Fashion Show

September 2018, Cité Du Cinema – Saint-Denis, France


  • Set design & production : La Mode en Images
  • Director : Jon Rafman
  • Integration and rendering : Spectre Lab
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Bunker De Lumières

Par : yannickkohn — 20 novembre 2018 à 12:13

Bunker De Lumières – 2018

Nov 2018, Jeju Island, South Korea

After the tremendous success of Atelier des Lumières in France, Culturespaces further deploys
the concept of immersive digital art exhibition with a new venue: Bunker de Lumières. The new
art center will be inaugurated on November 16 in South Korea. The new impressive project was
created using 28 media servers by Modulo Pi.

While Atelier des Lumières will soon celebrate 1 million visitors just 9 months after opening in
Paris, Culturespaces will inaugurate a new digital art center in South Korea. Bunker de Lumières
is established on the tourist island of Jeju, in a former command center which was transformed
to host the AMIEX® concept – Art & Music Experience – developped by Culturespaces.

Augustin de Cointet de Fillain, Multimedia Project Director at Culturespaces, explains: “We were
looking for more than a location. What matters to us is the character of the venue that will host
our digital art exhibitions.” The bunker of the Jeju island was found by TMONET, a South-Korean
company specializing in new technologies. Culturespaces has signed its very first licensing
agreement, granting TMONET the exploitation of the venue.

The former 1,600 sqm bunker was redesigned to host the future digital art exhibitions, in
accordance with the venue’s original character and volumes. Culturespaces was in charge of the
layout plan study and audiovisual material recommendation.
About the AV equipment, Augustin de Cointet de Fillain explains: “For consistency, userfriendliness,
and reliability reasons, Modulo Pi’s media server system is our chosen solution for all our digital art centers. The show we are playing in different sites has been encoded once in the Modulo Pi’s systems. Some adjustments are made to adapt the show to each venue, but the logic remains the same. This helps us save a great amount of time.”

A total of 28 x Modulo Kinetic were installed in the Bunker de Lumières’ control room. The
comprehensive solution designed by Modulo Pi was used from the study phase: “We import a 3D
model of the venue directly in Modulo Kinetic’s interface to do the simulation. This allows us to
choose the most appropriate video-projectors and lenses, and determine the projection area”,
comments Augustin de Cointet de Fillain.
Due to the low ceiling height, the simulation resulted in the selection of the EBLU1105 videoprojector by Epson. Chosen for their optical ratio, 90 video-projectors were installed.

The first exhibition will be dedicated to Gustav Klimt’s artwork to commemorate the 100-year
anniversary of the Austrian painter’s death. The show created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato
Gatto, and Massimiliano Siccardi can also be seen at Atelier des Lumières in Paris.
An important work was done in terms of scenography to adapt the show to the South-Korean
venue. To face the challenge offered the bunker’s architecture with its low ceiling height and
numerous pillars, Culturespaces’ teams joined several pillars together, hence creating cubes
used as new projection surfaces, completed by mirrors and reflection effects.

The 28 Modulo Kinetic and 90 video-projectors are feeding a 3,400 sqm projection area. Modulo
Pi’s media servers helped deal with all overlapping areas, and they centralize the control of the
architectural lighting, the 40 audio speakers, and the overall show control.

Augustin de Cointet de Fillain further details the choice for Modulo Kinetic for all their existing
and future digital art centers: “Modulo Kinetic is an all-in-one solution that enables us to manage
everything through one powerful system. With Modulo Kinetic, we know we have a steady system
working 24/7, which is also easy to setup and operate. Its flexible UI Designer allows the creation
of a show control interface tailored for the local teams who will be responsible for the running of
the site and its maintenance.”
Several user panels were created with Modulo Kinetic’s UI Designer. They include all relevant
information for an optimized and safe site operation, with the UPS status among other things. All
created panels are available on iPad for a friendly use.

The AV integration was done by Live-Lab, assisted by the French company Pixel N’Pepper. The
install was completed in 5 weeks, with teams working on the video-projectors installation, and
configuration of the media servers at the same time. Modulo Kinetic’s new show import feature
enabled several operators to work simultaneously on media transfer, timeline encoding, and show
control. A daily import then allowed to merge the last show versions.
Local teams were trained to learn how to use Modulo Kinetic to control the whole installation,
show, and maintenance tools.

Visitors will discover the Bunker de Lumières starting November 16. They will enjoy a unique art
experience around Gustav Klimt’s artwork, an immersive approach made possible through

Culturespaces keeps on rolling out its AMIEX® concept with new digital art centers that will open
in the city of Bordeaux in France, as well as the United States, and Asia. “Technology in service of
artworks enables us to offer a new approach to art. The immersive experience we create appeals
to senses, and relies on emotion. It seduces and brings a new audience to these works of art”
concludes Augustin de Cointet de Fillain.

More than 500,000 visitors are expected for the first year of the Bunker de Lumières.


  • Content Production : Gianfranco Iannuzzi – Renato Gatto – Massimiliano Siccardi
  • Technical Production: Live Lab & Pixel N’Pepper
  • Music : Luca Longobardi
  • AMIEX® immersive art by Culturespaces
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Terra Magnifica

Par : yannickkohn — 6 octobre 2018 à 18:13

Terra Magnifica, Atelier des Lumières

Octobre 2018, Paris – France

Culturespaces in association with the GoodPlanet foundation, present TERRA MAGNIFICA, an original creation from Yann Arthus-Bertrand for l’Atelier des Lumières.


  • Set design & production : La Mode en Images
  • Musical creation : Armand Amar
  • Artistic production : Spectre Lab
  • Picture Partnership : Hope Production
☑ ☆ ✇ Modulo-PI

Japonisme 2018 – Eiffel Tower

Par : yannickkohn — 7 septembre 2018 à 11:31

Japonisme 2018

Septembre 2018, Paris – France

On the occasion of Japonismes 2018, the Eiffel Tower will be adorned for the first time with the colors of Japan by two world-renowned lighting designers: Motoko Ishii, Japanese pioneer in the world of lighting design and her daughter Akari-Lisa Ishii, a renowned Parisian designer.


  • Planners and Producers:Motoko Ishii & Akari-Lisa Ishii
  • Lighting Design & Production:Motoko Ishii & Motoko Ishii Lighting Design (Tokyo), Akari-Lisa Ishii & I.C.O.N., (Paris)