In the words of Anne Chiang (who runs Goo Central in Singapore along with her husband Johnny): “These are still shots and video uploaded to our YouTube channel of multiple GOO screens seen at the Malay Heritage Centre in Singapore, which was officially opened by the Prime Minister on 1 September 2012.”
A project by Pico Art International, Screen Goo’s Reference White was chosen to achieve an ‘invisible’ wall screen, so that the Goo treated area would blend in with the greater wall when the projector was off. More importantly, the light conditions were ideal for Screen Goo’s Reference White coating to be experienced to full effect.
A total of seven surfaces were treated with Screen Goo, a table top included, in this location. In these pix and video, we feature three Goo treated front projection surfaces, which were plaster wall. All Goo screens were paired with Panasonic projectors.
The content was that of Malay children playing games from days of old in a rustic setting. Goo was flawlessly rolled on in this project; which certainly brought the colours and drama to life. Kudos to the application contractor!
In this photo, Screen Goo’s Reference White was applied onto a rigid surface which was finished with melamine. A Panasonic projector was mounted overhead.
The content was that of a map highlighting the concentration of the Malay community in the 18th and 19th century Singapore. Goo brought out the detail required for one to follow the time line related to the development of the area at that time. Like the rest of the front projection wall screens in this project, Goo was flawlessly rolled on this surface.