A summer in the life of our HDQ-2K40s: from historic cities to beach concerts

Spanish AV expert BNC Montajes Audiovisuales keeps amazing audiences throughout Spain with projection mappings powered by its Barco HDQ-2K40 projectors. From miraculous light and sound spectacles on convents and churches through mind-blowing video to the sounds of pumping beats at an electronic music festival – the summer of 2015 certainly was a busy one for the BNC crew.

Projection onto historic buildings …
“The ultra-bright HDQ-2K40 projectors were the best possible solution to empower the second ‘Light and Sound’ festival in the Spanish city of Avila in August 2015,” says Francisco de Borja Gonzalez Lopez, Video & Sound Engineer at BNC. Four HDQ-2K40 and four HDX-W20 projectors helped tell the story of Saint Teresa of Jesus at six local convents and churches. A few weeks later, the projectors moved some 100 kilometers to the east, to empower a projection mapping in Madrid. The backdrop: the Tribunal Superior de Justicia (the Supreme Court), which had been rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1915. Reconstructing the fire that had shocked Madrid exactly hundred years before, the top-of-the-range projectors proved they can visualize the brightest images, in the crispest of colors.

… and at festivals
The first 2015 summer event on BNC’s agenda, however, was the popular Dreambeach Festival, in early August. Over 100,000 music lovers had travelled to the beach of Almeria, in the deep south of Spain, to hear the cream of the crop of electronic music. Besides the artists on stage, the HDQ-2K40s too won over the hearts of the audience. Just like they did in Avila and Madrid …