As transcribed by Goo Central:
When Amazing Spectrum Sdn Bhd a Malaysia-based Digital Interactive Systems Integrator, test run their dramatic video on white-washed walls at the Sunsuria City KL Show Gallery, little did they expect the extent to which excess light would compromise video quality. The content was vibrant and rich in colour; with a roving spot light as part of the content. The three projection surfaces, each measuring 5.5m x 3m, stood right-angled to each other. Light from 4x Panasonic PT-EW650, 6000 lumen projectors was bouncing off each of the three walls and floor; and back onto the opposite wall; causing severe wash out. The test run left even the industry veteran’s confidence in his own system design, shaken. That’s when they took a leap of faith in Screen Goo, never having used it before. A “low gain high contrast” result was needed to bring back the smile to the customer’s face.
“Low gain high contrast” was exactly the job for Screen Goo Max Contrast, which was quickly purchased over the Easter weekend. Concurrently, as part of improving the outcome, the Systems Integrator made some changes to the content. With D-Day barely a week away, the second round of testing took place while Goo was still drying. A picture is worth a thousand words. This project stands as a stunning example of the ‘BEFORE’ and ‘AFTER’ use of Screen Goo. This ‘AFTER’ video was shot using the same mobile device by the same individual. In it, the difference in the contrast and solidity of colours is most stark, as compared to the ‘BEFORE’ video. The access light that caused disquiet before has been absorbed and harnessed appropriately. The result: a much more colour accurate reproduction of the content that only contributed to the “wow” factor that this content richly deserves.