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The IVL Remote CONTEST

At Minuit Une, we always like to challenge each other when programming the IVL products. This time, we decided that we should do a global challenge for you:  it is a remote contest, so any lighting operator can participate, from anywhere in the world! You simply take control of the IVL showroom from your computer and take the best picture of what you will have programmed with the matrix of 9 IVLs.

To add to the excitement, a super prize is to win 🙂

Remote Session has to be done between Feb. 3rd and March 13th 2020. You must know how to program with an MA, Avolites or Chamsys console. Check the rules below.

 

Book your IVL Remote CONTEST session now

How to participate?

1. Book now an IVL Remote Contest  Session on our Remote session booking platform

2. In your 1 hour remote session, by controlling the IVL showroom, take one picture of the IVL Matrix

3. Publicly share it on Facebook and/or Instagram with #IVLremotecontest and #minuitune

4. The 5 most impressive/original pictures will be selected by a jury

5. One of these 5 pictures will be picked out as the winner on April 2nd 5pm at Prolight & Sound  Frankfurt

Informations:

-The prize is an $1000 AMAZON Gift Card

-The remote session has to be done between Feb. 3rd and March 13th 2020.

-To participate you must know how to program with an MA, Avolites or Chamsys console

-Only one session per person

-Contest entrants must be age 18 or older

-This is a worldwide contest

-Minuit Une reserves the right to refuse a participation/disqualify a participant

-For any question, send an email to [email protected]

-IVL remote contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram, Facebook or Amazon.


How does the remote session work? The IVL Showroom is controlled by an OnPC console (MA, Avolites, Hog or Chamsys). Thanks to a Google Chrome extension, you can remotely take control of our OnPC, therefore, of the IVL showroom set up, from your computer. A camera provides a live feed, so you can have the control of the OnPC while being able to see what is going on in the showroom in real-time, from anywhere in the world. 

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