Wincomn Technology deploys integrated multimedia show at Dongyi Culture Museum, China
Wincomn Technology, Christie’s Chinese partner, has delivered visuals for an integrated multimedia show at Dongyi Culture Museum in Linyi City, Shandong Province, China using Christie HS series 1DLP laser projectors.
The multimedia show incorporates projection, laser, fog and audio effects. The projection portion of “Da Mei Yi Song” (Tribute to the Great and Beautiful Dongyi culture) is accomplished by employing over 20 Christie D20WU-HS projectors displaying visuals on the outer walls of the museum.
Dongyi Culture Museum is surrounded by three curved outer walls that have uneven surfaces and varying heights, which resulted in challenges during the installation process, such as an irregular projection light path and occlusion. However, the Wincomn team overcame these issues with the Christie D20WU-HS projectors through simulation using an accurate three-dimensional model. The depth of field processing capability of the HS series projectors, while enabling the contents to be displayed in their entirety in a continuous and attractive manner, was a deciding factor in the selection of the projector.
Tony Chen, general manager of Wincomn Technology, said: “Dongyi culture is an important source of Chinese civilization known for its independent system, unique style, continuity and long-lasting cultural influence. It holds an important historical position and has made huge contributions to the process of historical development and cultural creation in Chinese civilization. It is for these reasons that Wincomn sees much value in participating in the ‘Da Mei Yi Song’ multimedia show, and we are pleased to be involved in the design and installation works for the projection showcase.”