Live Event Technical Services
Bright lights, clear sound, big screens... it's not what you do, it's how you do it.
The Damn Good Technical Team are pretty... technical
The Damn Good team knows that when it comes to events, technology should never be used for technology’s sake – it’s all about enhancing your audience’s experience. Involve your audience with giant video screens, or have us devise a technically astounding presentation. For over 25 years we have been called on to provide technical solutions to an event or two…
You would have seen us at public events (Australia Day, Tropfest, Anzac Day for instance);
rock concerts (Mariah Carey, Robbie WIlliams, Kylie Minogue, 50 Cent, and Avril Lavigne to name a very few) – even Warner Bros came to us for help when shooting a little film called “The Matrix”. And if it's corporate presentations you are after, no problem. Just ask our friends at Macquarie Bank, Westfield, JPMorgan, Ernst & Young, UBS, Westpac, American Express, and Volvo how we made their stars shine a little brighter.
Why should you trust your star to just anyone?
Let the Damn Good technical gurus “show you the light”.
Damn Good Innovations!
The technical landscape is always changing and be assured that the Damn Good team are always on the pulse of new technology and innovation, it’s what makes us all look Damn Good! We've been innovators for years - here's some of our achievements...
We were one of the first companies in Australia to produce a live webcast (back in 1998 for the Telstra 2 Share Launch!);
We were one of the first facilities to offer non-linear edit systems (starting in 1994 with a Media 100 suite, offering a massive 9GB storage);
We were the first company in Australia to produce a corporate DVD with complex programming, which Toshiba then used to market DVD players around the world;
We were one of the first to produce an interactive "e-book", complete with turning pages and video overlays. We even had someone buy a first generation iPad in the US the day they were released and then flew it to Australia for testing!