Stage Design for the Meetings, Events and Broadcast Industry

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Take a look at the Hot Products pages to find photos and videos of our designs in action. Or better yet, download the Buyer’s Guide now.

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Once you have a Design in mind, now is the time to contact us to check the availability on the system for your program dates.

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Our creative department can design a customized, scalable photo realistic 3D rendering to help win your pitch or leadership approval.

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Most Learning Environments are reverse engineered to ship and travel well; anywhere in the world, practically overnight.

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Recent Posts

The Iowa Presidential Forum

OPTICS was hired as creative director to complete the broadcast stage design and fabrication for HDNet’s live coverage of The Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum hosted by Dan Rather, Global Correspondent for HDNet’s “Dan Rather Reports.” , This represented the nation’s only presidential forum in which all candidates have an opportunity to answer essential concerns of African-Americans and Latinos. Democratic presidential hopefuls, from left, Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., John Edwards, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, Sen. Barack Obama , D-Ill., and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson stand with moderators Wayne Ford and Mary Campos before the start of the Brown & Black Forum, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2007, in Des Moines, Iowa.

4 Steps to Getting More out of Special Effects

Take a look at the following four steps to make the right special effects choices for your next meeting or event.

1. Envision your ultimate goals. Close your eyes and imagine you’ve just produced your most successful program ever. Your audience leaves, buzzing about what they’ve just experienced. What do you want to hear them saying? Write down these desired outcomes.

NCAA Final Four Broadcast

The NCAA Final Four Salute is perhaps the highest profile event associated with the NCAA Tournament.  The intent of this one-day event is to recognize the teams and individuals associated with the tournament, which is second only to the Super Bowl in worldwide viewership.  The objective of this year’s event was to design and develop an entire room environment that projected the NCAA as cutting edge, while enriching its already popular brand.  Optics utilized its in-house rendering capabilities to design the look, and incorporated our own equipment to deliver the end result.    More importantly, we seamlessly integrated these deliverables with the event management company (Company 20) to create what Host Jim Nance called “the best Men’s Salute to date”.  Post-program evaluation identified our competitive pricing, turnkey services (include in-house graphics creation), and creative ideas as the deciding factors in our selection.

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