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Wednesday
Nov302016

Open Beatz Festival Germany

Titan Super Quad Projectors light up Open Beatz Festival in Germany

Open Beatz festival is an annual Electronic Music event in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that features not only a dazzling array of A-list DJ’s and musicians, but an even more impressive Audio & Video experience. It is the only 4 day music festival in South Germany and plays host to acts such as the Dutch superstar Nicky Romero, Lost Frequencies, Sigala and headliners NERO. For the 2016 festival, Bambus Veranstaltungstechnik from Stuttgart was responsible for the sound, light and video technology. 

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Wednesday
Nov162016

Digital Projection at IAAPA

Digital Projection and AV Stumpfl showing immersive imagery at IAAPA this week. Pictured are two INSIGHT 4K LASER projectors working in conjunction with a gorgeous AV Stumpfl screen and Wings media server.


Friday
Nov112016

Case Study: Glasgow School of Simulation and Visualisation

Manchester (UK), 9 November 2016 – Based in Glasgow’s Digital Media Quarter, Glasgow School of Art’s School of Simulation and Visualisation (SimVis) – formerly The Digital Design Studio – is an immersive visualisation centre for commercial and postgraduate research where the highest quality visualisation is the very nucleus of every project undertaken. State-of-the-art technology is of paramount importance for SimVis. Guided by the expertise of Antycip Simulation, the need for a high brightness, 4K resolution, 3D stereoscopic projection solution was fully met by Digital Projection’s INSIGHT Laser 4K.

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Thursday
Oct202016

First Delivered Engagement Skills Trainer

U.S. Army Soldiers train with Digital Projection projectors on every Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) II system deployed.

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Thursday
Oct202016

Case Study: Immersive Media Experience Inspires Visitors at St. John Paul II National Shrine

 

The St. John Paul II National Shrine isn’t just a place where people go to learn a bit of history. They go there to actually experience it.

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