Video Map Like a PRO at NAB for a Chance to Win ArKaos MediaMaster PRO

After proving very popular at tradeshows last year, ArKaos PRO – in conjunction with the manufacturer’s exclusive North American reseller, A.C. Lighting Inc. – are pleased to announce that they will be giving visitors a chance to win one MediaMaster PRO 4 video mapping software license each day of the NAB show.

The companies are excited to help attendees develop their 3D video mapping and projection skills, and show just how easy it is to incorporate creative visuals into their productions. To this end, A.C. Lighting Inc. is providing visitors with hands-on demonstrations of the incredibly popular MediaMaster PRO software at its booth C11319.

After receiving a demonstration, visitors can then enter the prize draw* that day for a chance to win a copy of the MediaMaster PRO 4 license and dongle – including the new Cue Player – with a retail value of $2,550.00.

“We are looking forward to seeing how amazed attendees will be once they see just how quick and easy it is to program complex video mapping scenarios using the powerful MediaMaster PRO software,” says ArKaos MD, Agnes Wojewoda.

For those not attending the show, to schedule a personal demonstration with your nearest A.C. Lighting Inc. sales representative or for more information, please call (416) 255 9494, email, or visit

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*Customers can only win one prize draw during the show.

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