Live Design recently featured Sequence's work on the pregame ice projection for the Dallas Stars' 2016 playoff season – all in an epic 10 page feature!
You can learn about how we approached and designed the sequence – which featured across an entire 200'x85' ice hockey rink – by reading the full issue here.
Creating pregame shows where projected visuals will be seen by fans watching from all angles requires experience and a solid understanding of how to think of the court or ice as one big canvas. That's why the Dallas Stars tapped The Sequence Group to handle the ice projection that kicked off the 2016 playoff season.
Vancouver-based Sequence, which also has offices in Melbourne, specializes in visual effects, design and animation. Over the last five years, the firm has created a wide range of captivating entertainment and motion graphics, including pregame shows for the Regina Pats and the Canucks.
Projected across the entire 200'x85' ice rink, the Dallas Stars pregame visuals were made primarily with MAXON Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects and Photoshop in a little more than a week, following the concept phase.