Atlanta, Georgia – The annual InfoComm100, a cross-section of 100 dignitaries within and outside the audio/video industry, met in Reston, Va. on October 11-12, 2012. The topic of this year's event was "The Smart Building Imperative." As in 2011, Digital Projection International (DPI) was the proud projector sponsor for this event, and four of DPI's 16,000 lumen TITAN Quad projectors displayed presentation materials throughout the event on an assortment of panels and raised surfaces. The set design and custom content created for the show appropriately mirrored the complexity of an architectural mapping project that a staging integrator may develop for a live event or corporate client, making the display even more appropriate for the attending audience.
Legacy Scenic of Chantilly, Virginia, created the set with guidance from the InfoComm planning team and Swank Audio Visuals, a well-established commercial integrator and live events specialist. Two 9' x 16' screens, each with their own dedicated TITAN Quad projector, augmented the key content displayed on the center set. The center space consisted of varied raised planes along a backdrop that displayed over 50' of projected imagery. Two blended TITAN Quad projectors combined to supply impressive imagery to all the surfaces of the center set.
Per Johnathan Wilbert, sales manager with Swank Audio Visuals, "The main 13' x 44' screen and 12' x 12' panel were covered in heavy weight white muslin so as to be seamless and has a blackout between frame and fabric. The rest of the flats were blackout white satin." Numerous additional flat planes adorn the center set, with custom imagery mapped to each surface throughout the presentations to impressive effect.
This was yet another opportunity for DPI to support InfoComm's education and business training events, and, as Chuck Collins, vp of sales for DPI commented, ‘We are proud to dedicate our precision displays, as well as key senior personnel, to InfoComm’s educational endeavors.”