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Projectiondesign supplies for German cinema

Projectiondesign has supplied seven F32 DLP projectors for a display at the centrepiece of German cinema experience the HHi Time Lab.

 HHI produced the visuals for Tomorrow's Immersive Media Experience Lab, which is to be launched at an official opening this Friday, 19 February at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin, Germany.

A panoramic 180-degrees high resolution display measures 3.35 by 12 meters wide and will provide a panoramic view for a showcase entitled ‘tomorrow's cinema, the future of content'.

The display is the centrepiece of the new HHi TiME Lab - HHI Tomorrow's Immersive Media Experience Lab to be launched at an official opening and symposium this coming Friday, 19 February at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin, Germany.   

The display is at a resolution of 7,000 pixels and luminosity of around 28,000 lumens. The HD images are projected using an optical mirror system as vertical slices onto a curved 180-degree screen.

"The aim of this installation is to allow digital film experts and famous film directors such as Tom Tykwer, to dive into and discover the fascination of digital cinema projection and video systems, evolving scripts and global economic challenges," said Christian Wessig from the Image Processing Department at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin, Germany.