Once again, Screen Goo 2.0 High Contrast is part of a ground breaking solution in the world of advanced technologies for movement rehabilitation.
DIH Pte Ltd recently built a set-up comprising of Motek’s CAREN High-End device paired with a 110 square meter curved reinforced fiberglass substrate. As the projected content supports research on human movement and rehabilitation treatment, color saturation and contrast was essential to the owners.
With fiberglass being non-porous, Screen Goo 2.0 High Contrast was skillfully and carefully sprayed on for a smooth matte finish. Goo certainly delivered and is delighted to play a small part in improving lives.
Below are a few photos and a short video of this installation.
Please go here if you would like to see another one of Motek’s Screen Goo coated simulators in use at the prestigious Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC.