Today’s high profile events demand the most compelling visual presentations. As a result, Projection Mapping – the mapping of 2D and 3D designs onto a multi-dimensional surface – is being adopted to amaze and thrill audiences.
This display features the Christie Roadie HD+35K and two Christie Roadster HD18K 3-chip DLP® projectors, all in portrait mode. It presents content designed and mapped by BARTKRESA design, one of the leading projection mapping design firms in the world.
To display these fantastic images and to create a sense of depth in the flat areas of the surface, complementing the physical depth inherent in the structure, Christie Digital chose to use Screen Goo High Contrast Projection Coatings. The setting for all this was Infocomm 2011 held in June 15-17, 2011 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, USA.
Below are a few photos and a couple of fantastic videos from the show floor in which Christie’s George Tsintzouras – Senior Director Product Management – Business Products – discusses Digital/Architectural Projection Mapping.