Media Powerhouse worked with Brands at Work designers to create a 360-degree immersive experience in Brussels for an audience of 2,220 delegates over a duration of 10 days including install and derig. Brands at Work suggested that we use various screen sizes to create the 360-degree feel and asked Media Powerhouse to consider how this creative design could be implemented. Media Powerhouse’s solution to the challenge was to use Robe CB5 LED panels to create the various screens at different widths and heights for the 360-degree experience. Media Powerhouse advised Brands at Work that all the screens needed to be suspended from Layher scaffolding and their placement had to be within 5mm tolerance to enable the accurate placement of the pixel mapped content.
Media Powerhouse used Robe CB5 LED Panels at 60cm x 120cm to create the following LED Screen sizes – 4 of 10.2m x 6m , 10 of 2.4m x 2.4m, 7 of 1.8m x 3.6m, 9 of 3.6m x 3.6m – and all LED screens were controlled by Brompton Tessera processors. The video sources for the LED screens were switched by 3 of Barco E2 Controllers. Video playback was provided by 2 of Disguise D3 media servers controlled by Disguise D3 2×2 media server.
Media Powerhouse also provided pixel mapped keynote playback for all screens. Signal was transmitted by 12 of 150m fibre link cables, the required power feed for the LED screens was 4 x 200-amp 3 phase supplies. In addition to this the video control power required was an additional 63-amp 3 phase. In total the pixel canvas consisted of 21,418 x 1180 pixels.
Media Powerhouse also provided a 4 camera HD PPU system with ISO & TX record for screen relay.
In total the complete video show was shipped in 3 x 45’ trailers, required 1800 amps, and 163-man days. Media Powerhouse technical project managers managed the video install, event and derig and provided technical management for the AV in 7 other halls.
The full Production and show content were created and provided by Brands at Work Ltd