Tristan and Isolde at the National Danish Opera 2009
Tristan Isolde Wahlberg Motion Design.
The opera Tristan and Isolde was set up at the National Danish Opera House in 2009.
The Wahlberg Track Runner was originally made for Opera House in order to solve the set and lighting designers ideas for the show.
The Track Runner can hold lamps, scenographic elements and other items and it can move horizontally from point to point
controlled from the lighting desk. It is a self-contained DMX controlled motor unit with a DMX interface, motorcontroller,
and also has a positioning control system with pid regulation.
See this first version it at work in this video, it was used both in the ceiling and on the ground in this performance.
The lighting and scenography for Tristan and Isolde was supported by the Wahlberg moving light track system (165 ft/50 m ) that moved the lamps horizontally below and above the stage.
The hanging track consisted of an 80 ft/24 m track with 1 car attached, lifting a VL3500 movinghead.
The floor track had 2 carts mounted onto a 52 ft/16 m bended track lifting 2 VL3500 movingheads. The track had built-in positioning control and collision sensors.
Tristan and Isolde Wahlberg Motion Design.
Wahlberg Motion Design is a creative company devoted to the creation, innovation and design of products to create automatic DMX effects of stage props and lights.