Projection Mapping at ISE 2016
6 x TITAN Super Quad projectors at ISE 2016
Digital Projection again partnered with Dataton at ISE and provided 6 TITAN Super Quad projectors for use in their spectacular projection-mapping exhibit.
The highlight of the Dataton stand was a WATCHOUT multi-display show featuring a projection-mapped polar bear, backed by a mapped landscape of sculpted mountains and LED panels.
To show this stunning mapping in the best possible light they needed compact yet high brightness projectors. The TITAN Super Quad, with 20,000 ANSI lumens and a seamlessly integrated rigging frame, perfectly met this requirement while being installed in the ceiling, out of the way of visitors.
Digital Projection ColorMAX technology allowed each projector to be colour matched and the Group Controller software gave remote access to each projector for fine-tuning. The 4 lamps of the TITAN Super Quad also provide redundancy meaning that the show would never stop even if a lamp did need to be replaced.
External control from the show floor was via WATCHNET running on iPads with a custom interface to reflect the great new skinning features in WATCHNET showing how easily the TITAN Super Quad can be integrated into even the most complex show.