Sydney, AU - 2013
From 4 to 10 October last, the International Fleet Review celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) with a spectacular show at the Sydney.
The Royal Australian Navy's 100th Anniversary Fleet Review Spectacular was the most complex, highly choreographed fireworks, projection, lighting and live action show ever seen in Australia, and centered around the famous Sydney Harbour and The Sydney Opera House.
The focal point of the celebrations involved massive projections on both sides of the Sydney Opera House and on the Sydney Harbour Bridge pylons.
The event was seen by millions around the Sydney Harbour foreshore, along with a live broadcast to millions throughout the country and worldwide. The show was produced and conceived by Imagination Australia who brought TDC on board as video technology supplier.
TDC deployed a total of 56 Barco projectors to deliver a stunning result, ranging from the FLM-HD20 (20,000 lumens), HDF-W26 (26,000 lumens) through to the state of the art HDQ-2K40 (40,000 lumens). All content was driven by Watchout using 26 outputs of Watchout with the entire proceedings synchronised by timecode, transmitted all across Sydney Harbour by Reidel MediorNet.
"Months of planning and days of painstaking projector alignment and positioning was required to get every pixel lined up just right across 56 projectors, our team did a great job and we’re very proud of what we’ve delivered,” says Michael Hassett, TDC’s Managing Director.
2023 · Atlanta, United States
The PEAK Institute at HIES, Atlanta, US, is established on the principles of experiential learning and knowledge-building through project work and hands-on-learning. Through state-of-the-art technology they explore new ways to facilitate skill development and encourage classroom interactivity. A GeoDome Panorama by The Elumenati with Barco projection allows them to build immersive lessons on a wide range of topics – from Earth and space science to cultural studies, history and literature.
2023 · Belgium
The KMSKA is a museum housing a top collection of fine art from the 14th to the 20th century with international appeal. After being closed for eleven years, the cultural icon re-opened its doors at the end of September 2022 to welcome visitors back in a renovated and extended museum. Included in the renewed museum is a Barco-powered projection space where visitors are immersed in painting details.