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Real world innovation: projectiondesign® and partners showcase applications at InfoComm 2011

Real world innovation: projectiondesign® and partners showcase applications at InfoComm 2011

unknown.png At this year's InfoComm 2011 show, Norwegian projector manufacturer, projectiondesign® showcased an impressive array of real-world applications using their projection and multi image processing technologies. The company worked with an unprecedented range of partners at the show.

unknown-1.png“On our booth, we were lucky to have the presence and expert support for our breathtaking real-world examples from a number of technology partners including 7thSense Design, Da-Lite Screen Company, Dataton, DNP Screens, Immersive Display Solutions, Pufferfish Displays, RGB Spectrum and Scalable Display Technologies,” says Anders Løkke, Marketing Director at projectiondesign.

unknown-2.pngFocus on visitor attractions and museums

Literally hundreds of visitor attractions, museums, learning and cultural centers across the globe today are taking advantage of the high-resolution, reliable, 24/7 operation and highly accurate imaging from projectiondesign projectors. projectiondesign literally has a projector ideal for most applications and are hand-built in Norway with the end users and application in mind.

To illustrate their extensive range and of importantly the challenging and dynamic ways in which they can be utilized, the projectiondesign booth featured an impressive 3-meter curved dome display illuminated with projectiondesign F32 series DLP® projectors showing a vast range of HD content. To accurately map, warp and blend the content onto the dome, the Norwegian projector manufacturer used their only non-projector based product, the extremely versatile geometric warp and blend Multi Image Processors.

A highlight on the booth was the 3-meter dome is supplied by long-term partner, Immersive Display Solutions. George Forbes, President of Immersive Display Solutions explains: “we supply a wide range of dome projection systems incorporating projectiondesign projectors and image processing technology to a number of markets including security, simulation and training, visitor attractions and museums. The system is based on our collapsible fabric 3-meter ImmersiveDomeâ„¢, which comprises 6-channel projection system, displaying over 10 million pixels onto the screen. Being in the booth to demonstrate our capabilities with projectiondesign was very exciting, and it's great to see interested visitors and talk about what we do!”

Designed to integrate with projectiondesign projectors, the Multiple Image Processors are capable of providing image and geometry correction on a per-pixel basis for reliable image performance. They are scalable, enabling multiple channels to be combined to produce a single image. They are also configurable to create images ranging from a simple 2-channel blend to complex multi-channel, geometry-corrected 3D stereoscopic displays for use on any projection surface.

Museum-themed Full HD content to be shown on the booth in the dome and in an area dedicated to 3D imaging provided by 7thSense Design.

Another key focal point of the booth when it comes to is an assortment of Pufferfish spherical projection displays that use F32 projectors from projectiondesign. These are intended for the digital signage and visitor attractions sectors.

projectiondesign around the showAlso proving projectiondesign's strong industry partnerships and international acceptance by some of the world's leading specialist innovators, projectiondesign projectors were found on the following booths during InfoComm 2011:

Dataton WATCHOUT version 5, Booth 3063 – Two blended F82 projectors.

DNP Screens, Booth 3743 – Showcasing the highly acclaimed F82 projector with 1080p resolution.

Mersive, Booth 2879 - Four F22 projectors and Multi Image Processors.

RGB Spectrum, Booth 2217 – Two blended F32 projectors with Multi Image Processors.

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