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Train

Train Travels with G-LEC Solaris+ Walk-Through LED Screen

PLSN Staff •
  • Projection Connection News
• November 8, 2011

KARLSBAD, Germany - Train’s LD Brock Hogan was in search for new products and gear prior to the North American run with Maroon 5. He wanted a low resolution video product that allowed the band and crew to walk through it. When LMG Touring showed Hogan the  GLEC’s Solaris+, he said he knew he’d found the right product.

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Kauffman Center grand opening

DL.3s Turn the Tables on Dinner Theatre

PLSN Staff •
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• November 8, 2011

KANSAS CITY, MO - Harvest Productions turned the tables on a gala grand opening weekend by redefining “dinner theatre.” High End Systems DL.3s solved many of the design team’s issues of tight timelines and reliable - not risky - projection results. Guests dined on a table and place setting designed using digital art.
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Batman Game Press Launch

Presentation Rentals Projects Batman Game Launch

PLSN Staff •
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• November 7, 2011

LONDON - Presentation Rentals Ltd. (PR) supplied external building projection and lighting for a press launch of the newest software game, Batman: Arkham City. Two party areas within the Freemason's Hall in London's Covent Garden were powered from the nearby Irish bar, saving one generator. The challenge was lining up the projectors in the 15 minutes between dusk and the event going live.

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Aerialists at IBM Centennial

Scharff Weisberg Supports IBM Centennial Gala

PLSN Staff •
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• November 4, 2011

NEW YORK – IBM celebrated its centennial with a gala at Rose Hall, the home of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Scharff Weisberg (SWI) provided AV support for an event featuring aerial performers, Steve Martin on the ukelele, Patti LaBelle, a choir and dance troupe, and Morgan Freeman as emcee.
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Black Girls Rock!

Pete’s Big TVs Helps ‘Black Girls Rock!’

PLSN Staff •
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• November 3, 2011

NEW CASTLE, DE -  Once again, Pete’s Big TVs has helped “Black Girls Rock!” The philanthropic organization’s awards show  - which celebrates those who have culturally contributed to the Black Experience - airs on the BET network Nov. 6. The show was taped at the Bronx’s Paradise Theatre in New York City - an old, ornate former movie house not meant for the big production it would successfully pull off.

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Portal 31 Mine Tour

Alcorn McBride Goes Underground for Coal Mine Tour

PLSN Staff •
  • Projection Connection News
• November 2, 2011

ORLANDO - Alcorn McBride meets the AV needs of The Portal 31 Tour, an underground coal mine museum in Lynch, KY.  Visitors shuttle through the mine on a narrow-gauge track.  Eight stops take them from the opening of the mine in 1917 to its closure in 1960. Alcorn McBride's Digital Binloop HD multi-track video player went deep underground to enhance the tour.
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University of Michigan

Univ of Michigan Scores Big with Cree LEDs

PLSN Staff •
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• November 1, 2011

DURHAM, NC - The University of Michigan scored big with its fans with its installation of new scoreboards from Lighthouse Technologies. The video displays and scoring systems feature high-brightness Cree LEDs, which kicked off the 2011 football season at Michigan Stadium.

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Infunity

Christie Projects for Electrosonic at Kuwait Family Fun Center

PLSN Staff •
  • Projection Connection News
• November 1, 2011

KUWAIT - In Kuwait, 360 Mall’s new Family Entertainment Center offers an immersive entertainment experience that is easily translated to fun for kids everywhere.  Christie Digital projectors are installed throughout the center, from an interactive floor experience with popping balloons and swimming fish that kids try to step on, to a video wall that allows guests to interact with animated content.
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The Projection Studio lights up Diespeker Wharf

The Projection Studio Creates Large-Format Son et Lumiere at Diespeker Wharf

PLSN Staff •
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• October 29, 2011

LONDON — Ross Ashton's The Projection Studio was commissioned to design and create a five-minute son et lumière large-format video projection for Pollard Thomas Edwards architects (PTEa), an architecture firm that specializes in the creation of new neighborhoods and the revitalization of old ones. Read More...

2020 Exhibits

2020 Exhibits Uses Universal Control for Multi-Monitor Environs

PLSN Staff •
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• October 25, 2011

Clarkston, MI – Houston-based tradeshow and exhibit designer 2020 Exhibits has made it easier to control multiple-monitor environments with the Universal Device Controller technology from High Resolution Systems. Programming is easy using iPads, iPhones,
Smart Phones.
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Phantom of the Opera

XL Video Celebrates 25 Years of “Phantom”

PLSN Staff •
  • Projection Connection News
• October 18, 2011

LONDON - Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera” celebrated 25 years of musical success with a special celebration at London’s Royal Albert Hall. XL Video supplied all the cameras and crew and other video gear to make the digital scenery a major part of the production.

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Typhoon Theater

Electrosonic Delivers Look and Feel of Ancient Shipwreck at Singapore’s Xperiential Museum

PLSN Staff •
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• October 18, 2011

SINGAPORE – The Maritime Xperiential Museum at Resorts World Sentosa offers visitors an up-close experience - in sight and sound - at a shipwreck in the Typhoon Theater where Electrosonic helped simulate an amazing historical A/V journey.

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