Projection Connection News

  • Museum of Tolerance exhibit

    Electrosonic Creates Interactive Exhibit for Hitler Letter

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | February 13, 2012

    LOS ANGELES – When the Museum of Tolerance acquired an early letter written by Adolf Hitler, it turned to Electrosonic to create an interactive exhibit. The artifact is housed in a wall-mounted glass display case along with a 65-inch Mitsubishi LED touchscreen. Visitors view content crafted by Cortina Productions, which allows them to virtually interact with the letter, reading it in the original German language or translated into English.

  • Piraat

    Coolux Technology Helps Actors Interact with 3D Projections

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | February 13, 2012

    COLOGNE, Germany - Popular Belgian children’s television shows were recently turned into two stage productions involving 3D projection technology. Belgian TV production company Studio 100 used a combination of the coolux Broadcast server and the company's Widget Designer software to let the actors interact with 3D projections live on stage.

  • Kasabian

    XL Video on Kasabian’s Velociraptor Tour

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | February 6, 2012

    LONDON - XL Video supplied the UK leg of Kasabian’s recent “Velociraptor!’ world tour with a camera and PPU system, media server control, projection and scenic Barco MiStrip LED elements. Video director Paul “Eggy” Eggerton and engineer Wolfgang “Wolfie” Schram worked on the IMAG looks, while set was a collaboration between LD Nick Gray and the band’s creative dirctor Aitor Throp.

  • Jennifer Hudson rehearsals at the BET Honors

    Pete’s Big TVs Makes Quiet Splash on BET Honors

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 27, 2012

    NEW CASTLE, DE - Pete’s Big TVs is starting the new year off making a big noise about the quiet LED video panels which emit no radio frequency interference. The panels made up the visual segments of the set for the BET Network’s BET Honors at the Warner Theatre in Washington, DC. Assisting Cossette Productions and the BET Network team, Pete’s Big TVs provided 328 panels of the DigiLED MC7 panels - a product for which they have a two year exclusive in North America.

  • SAS

    Christie MicroTiles Visually Enhance SAS Headquarters

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 24, 2012

    CYPRESS, CA - Five digital displays comprised of Christie MicroTiles help create a visually dynamic corporate headquarters at SAS, an independent vendor of business intelligence in Cary, NC. SAS needed a green solution - functional and artistic - to enliven its hallways, briefing center and other areas  throughout the building. A 40-foot Welcome Wall is the highlight of the installation, greeting visitors in the registration area.

  • logo

    Chaos Joins Lady Antebellum’s “Own the Night” Tour

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 23, 2012

    BURBANK, CA - Chaos Visual Productions US is supplying a full complement of projection equipment and various crew members to Lady Antebellum’s first headlining tour, designed by LD Baz Halpin. The second leg of the "Own the Night" arena tour kicks off Jan. 27 in Tulsa, OK.

  • Coldplay

    XL Video for Coldplay’s MX Tour

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 16, 2012

    LOS ANGELES - XL Video are supplying video production to Coldplay’s “Mylo Xyloto” (MX) world tour, continuing its long working relationship with the band that started in 2005. The band performs to a 360-degree audience where possible. Andy Bramley is the live video director, with Ben Miles as the content/media server designer and programmer. Production designer and LD Paul Normandale and Coldplay’s creative director Phil Harvey all play their part in this cinematic video environment.

  • TELUS Spark

    Christie MicroTiles Cut Through Atrium’s High Ambient Light

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 13, 2012

    KITCHENER, Ontario – TELUS Spark, The New Science Centre is welcoming visitors with the help of 48 Christie MicroTiles and an assortment of Christie projectors. The Calgary, Alberta venue opened for people of all ages and abilities to explore and discover science, technology and art in new ways. A second wall will be installed later this year, comprising an additional 22 Christie MicroTiles.

  • NKU

    Christie MicroTiles a Hit with NKU Students

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 13, 2012

    CYPRESS, CA - At Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics, a Christie MicroTiles interactive video wall installation takes education and gaming to a whole new level.  The 25-feet wide by 15-feet high installation lights up the Digitorium at Griffin Hall, lining the ‘BigWall’ with projections from live video, HDMI and display footage, and cable TV, among other sources.

  • Jacco Olivier Art Installation

    WorldStage Supports AV for Park Art Installation

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 10, 2012

    NEW YORK – WorldStage provided AV support for an innovative installation in New York City’s six-acre Madison Square Park, where Dutch artist Jacco Olivier’s stop-motion animations brighten the park’s winter landscape.  Olivier’s images of birds, a deer, a frog, a beetle and flora are seamlessly integrated into the outdoors, displayed on screens suspended from trees, hidden in the bushes and planted in the ground.  On display in both the park’s heavily trafficked areas and quieter spots, the exhibit runs until March.

  • NanoLumens

    NanoLumens Display Turns Backyard into Eddie Vedder Concert Venue

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | January 9, 2012

    NORCROSS, GA — Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder agreed to perform for a fundraising event at a private residence. Given that it was a daytime event, projection was a consideration. The fact that it was someone’s backyard was another consideration. In under one hour, the backyard balcony was turned into a concert venue using the NanoLumens 112” NanoFlex display.

  • Illuminata

    Projection Studio Revisits Caerphilly Castle with Illuminata Show

    PLSN Staff | Projection Connection News | December 30, 2011

    LONDON - Projection artist Ross Ashton of The Projection Studio was invited back for the second year to Caerphilly Castle in Wales to recreate his "Illuminata" digital art son et Lumière. Ashton’s projected display onto the facade of the historical monument featured images from the history of the castle, accompanied by a special soundtrack by Karen Monid.

The Latest News and Gear in Your Inbox - Sign Up Today!