In the LP-WU3500 shows three were used to project images on the floor, the screen was suspended and the wall. The DLP model LP-8000 lumens WU9750B was responsible for projection on the back of a screen and a CP-WU5505 with 3LCD and 5,000 lumens, showing images on a curved surface.
The Design Museum London exhibitions dedicated to the world of architecture and design. Founded in 1989 by Terrance Conra, it was housed at first in Shad Thames a former banana warehouse on the Thames, but in 2016 moved to the Institute of the Commonwealth, a building characterized by a hyperbolic cover that has been restored by architect John Pawson has become inside a modernist building from the 60s Since its opening the museum has hosted 250,000 during the first 12 weeks.
For the exhibition "Imagine Moscow ', the Design Museum used five projectors HitachiThree LP-WU3500 to project images on the floor, the screen was suspended and the wall. A DLP model LP-8000 lumens WU9750B was responsible for projection on the back of a screen and a CP-WU5505 model with 3LCD and 5,000 lumens, showing images on a curved surface.
"Reliability was extremely important for us, because exposure is permanently open. The LED and laser projectors are well suited for such environments are active 14 hours a day. The timer function allows incorporating turn on and off automatically, "says Eszter Steierhoffer, exhibition curator.
This sample has been exposed to early June it was launched on the occasion of the centennial celebration of the Russian Revolution and performed a retrospective view of the Moscow Capital idealized form. In her large-scale architectural drawings are based on works of art, propaganda and publications of the decade of the 20s and 30s in six exhibition unbuilt architectural projects were exhibited were displayed.
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