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WORLD BLOOD DONOR DAY

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How many of us know that blood is not a liquid but a tissue?

And how much is still unknown about the precious element that runs in our veins? And that, for example, giving it is good - very good - not only to those who receive it, but also to the donor himself, whose body is stimulated to again supplement the part removed from circulation.

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GOBOSERVICE at the ADC Group Event Festival

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Imagine an old factory where at the beginning of '900 pioneered the "Caproni", the first glorious Italian airplanes that managed to fly in the air mostly as a result of unconsciousness of pilots and engineers rather than the laws of physics and dynamics. Now imagine that factory in Milan, which 100 years later becomes "The Workshops of Flight" and put us in the limelight of the Italian communications agency ...

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2 June

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For Sunland Optics, the true meaning of the Festa della Repubblica can be found in the second paragraph of Article 4 of the Constitution: "Every citizen is obliged to perform, according to their capabilities and their choice, an activity or a task that contributes to the material or spiritual progress of society."

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World biodiversity day

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Goboservice endorses the initiatives undertaken to raise public awareness of the loss of biodiversity. On International Day, established on May 22, 1993 by the UN to commemorate the coming into force of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Goboservice are proposing architectural projections made using"full colour" gobos in order to maximize the wealth and beauty that results from the meeting of bothhuman and environmental diversity.

It is the great lesson given by mother nature, which man continues to ignore. Biodiversity is dying out at an alarming rate in every region of the world. According to the executive secretary of the CBD, Cristiana Paşca Palmer, "this loss of nature exacerbates other global problems such as climate change, water, food and public health and can potentially lead to disastrous results for the future of mankind on this planet."

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From Maiman's ruby laser to Goboservice’s ephemeral projections

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 The International Day of Light and Technology is celebrated today to   commemorate May 16, 1960, the day when Theodor Harold Maiman lit a   ruby ​​laser for the first time. This date has been chosen by UNESCO as a   symbol of an artistic and creative context which continues to deliver   unexpected innovations and applications on a daily basis.

 The event is especially dear to Goboservice who, through the use of   electromagnetic radiation and its numerous applications, are constantly in   search of new entertainment and commercial lighting solutions for use as   versatile and performing narrative tools, which can be projected onto vastly different backgrounds, travelling at…. well, the speed of light!

 Almost sixty years after the first red ray was generated at Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibù (California), the Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation is today the main optical equipment used by Goboservice to produce their glass and metal gobos and CMY filters, which are then installed in gobo-projectors and moving heads all over the world.

The continuous research carried out in our laboratories has allowed the company both to develop the laser-etching techniques and to choose the raw materials with which to perform the micro-incisions. And the results are unquestionable, evident in the multiple architectural projections set up in the most unimaginable contexts, producing images of great emotional impact: from the austere steel carcass of the Eiffel Tower to the impalpable clouds above Santiago de Chile, Goboservice’s "ephemeral projections" leave a strong impression which lasts in the collective imagination and, in the full spirit of UNESCO, represents a real tribute to Light and its creative potential.

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Goboservice's Custom Gobos at the Comix Movie Restaurant Pub in Inverigo

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On Saturday, April 28, we were virtually there, in Inverigo (Mb) amongst the superheroes of Comix Movie at the inauguration of the first Restaurant Pub in Italy dedicated to the Marvel stars. Goboservice’s architectural gobo projections of the famous Batman bat, the shield of Captain America and the legendary S of Superman were welcoming guests at the entrance, thanks to the Golive 400 outdoor projector with 115 mm optics and gearbox installed by Onelectric. Warm greetings of the personalized gobo images prepared customers for the special effects inside  the restaurant - statues, memorabilia, gadgets and decorations of great interest for all the fans of the Fantasy.

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Raymond Gubbay Ltd Classical Spectacular

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A show within a show. Staged for six nights at the Royal Albert Hall in London, it has become a  truly immersive event in which sounds, lights and special effects fuse together to engage the audience, making them part of the show. Organized by Raymond Gubbay Ltd, Classical Spectacular certainly did not disappoint the participants, many of whom had bought tickets months in advance for one of the six events.

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Orvieto turned green on Saint Patrick’s Day with Global Greeening

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Orvieto celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day joining the Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, at its 9th edition. Together with Saint Patrick’s Well, another popular monument of the town was illuminated with the Irish shamrock thanks to Grandi Proiezioni, the company specialised in conception, planning and implementation of luminous scenography, distributor for Goboservice projectors in Tuscany.

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San Jose Jazz Summer Fest

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Thanks to our US partner Globus New Media, Goboservice was present at San Jose Jazz Summer Fest 2017 in California (from august 11th to 13th), one of the nation’s most important music festivals.

From San Jose Jazz facebook page:

“Founded in 1986, San Jose Jazz is a public benefit corporation celebrating jazz as a dynamic, evolving art form and is producer of the annual San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, which celebrated 25 years in 2014. With its eclectic music programming and innovative educational offerings, San Jose Jazz preserves the jazz tradition while actively supporting the next generation of performers within the genre and beyond. Summer Fest has become the flagship annual cultural event of Silicon Valley featuring the world's most acclaimed artists and the region's brightest emerging talent”.

 Photo Credit Cate Ayson

Video: https://www.facebook.com/sanjosejazz/videos/10154641109557657/

Gobo for San Jose Jazz Summer Festival

 

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Golux invades the French capital

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Golux, a new series of Gobo Projector made by Goboservice, recently debuted internationally in Paris, projecting gobos on architectural works such as La Tour Eiffel, the “Invalides” dome, the Arc de Triomphe and the National Library. The four most important monuments have unintentionally been the backdrop to the self-promotional incursions of the well-known French artist, John Hamon – the “most famous unknown face of the capital” – as the media renamed it, whose enigmatic smile has recently become more renowned than that of the Gioconda, especially now that it has been projected with a powerful and concentrated beam of light on the monuments of Paris.

GoLux at Arc the triomphe

 

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A platinum shield for the rider of the night

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The last knight flew to Chile on a Mythos, armored with the new Gobos Platinum of Goboservice. A stellar campaign requested by the Ripley company for the launch of his new Robot Trasformer, The Last Knight, all over South America starting from the city of Santiago where, on the night of the 18th of May, the Ripley Transformers Night took place.

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