The Ericcson Globen Arena in Stockholm, home of the recent festival of Eurovision 2016, with capacity for more than 16,000 people and a height of 85 meters, has been an optimal scenario to show the spectacular offering Led Visual systems and projectors of high brightness, some of them equipped with mobile mirrors.
Become again one of the most watched events in the world, the 61st Edition of the Festival of song of Eurovision Song Contestcelebrated from the 10th until the final gala on May 14 at the Ericcson Globen Arena in Stockholm (Sweden), has not only raised the representative of Ukraine, Jamala, with her 1944 song as the winner of this year, but that it has turned the festival into a chance d perfect so many manufacturers display their latest technological solutions for display, projection, audio, lighting...
So the chain has shown it STVresponsible for the Organization of the event under the production of the technical director Ola Melzig, with a creative stage design (additional information at) Digital AV Magazine), where he Led video screens, that occupied 600 m² in walls and 250 m² in surface and soil; along with high brightness and 1,500 luminaries and moving heads spotlights enabled to create spectacular flat angular, geometric and linear patterns, as well as and illusions optical effects to accompany each performance unique.
During the live shows the semifinals and in the final of the festival de Eurovision 2016 thirteen projectors DLP 3-chip high range HDQ - 2K 40 of the Belgian firm has been Ship (supplied by your company MediaTec), ten of which were equipped with its mobile mirrors MMS-200 system, to facilitate the positioning of images in multiple locations.
To achieve this combination, four teams were placed in a FOH front stage and other 6 foot behind it. Other two additional projectors HDQ - 2K 40 were used for the mapping of video and one unit more to display special effects. In addition, Mediatec also provided four Barco projectors HDX-W20 and two FLM-HD18 as monitors of audience.
The stage Setup was also completed by 108 accessories developed by High End Systems (HES), a subsidiary company of the Belgian manufacturer, to create linear and aerial beams. All video projection monitorizaba with screens boat E2 management system to create a spectacular immersive audio-visual experience.
As pointed out by Gerben van den Berg, Vice President of sales EMEA boat entertainment and corporate, "are delighted to have been the technical event provider for Eurovision once more. Every year designers do everything possible to raise the standard and create a show that is surprising, it moves and inspires."
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