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‘100 innovations’ exhibition at ‘Tekniska museet’, Stockholm wins design award

Dynamic Image Server feature of Dataton WATCHOUT used in interactive video wall display

WATCH THE VIDEO © Video by Eyebrite Film and Visions: http://vimeopro.com/user9877126/eyebrite/video/72488773

The ‘100 innovations’ exhibition at the Tekniska museet (The National Museum of Science and Technology), Stockholm, Sweden recently won the ‘Best program for targeted audience’ category of the IDCA Awards (International Design Communication Awards).

The entire exhibition was produced by the National Museum of Science and Technology in conjunction with PS Communication and STORY Design Studio. ‘100 innovations’ showcases the most important innovations in history as voted by the Swedish people. Since its inauguration in February 2012, ‘100 innovations’ has attracted over 300,000 visitors and is scheduled to run until 2015.

A central part of the ‘100 innovations’ exhibition called ‘The Brain’ screens hourly interactive video demonstrations using none other than Dataton WATCHOUT™ multi-image and presentation software integrated with six projectors to map individual sections of video across a 6 x 12 meter curved video wall display. Music and sound effects work with the video as museum visitors select their favourite innovation, post messages and interact with what is shown on screen. At the end of each presentation, an innovation award is presented by an ‘ABB robot’. Voting is also accessible for online and virtual visitors to the museum website.

WATCHOUT dynamically engages, informs and enthrals visitors

Video content for each of the individual innovations of ‘The Brain’ exhibit was designed and created by multimedia specialists, Eyebrite Film and Visions. Systems integrator, Informationsteknik designed the system and installed the interactive video wall display.

“The really interesting thing about WATCHOUT is that we have created an information system where visitors can vote for an innovation in person or online. The information system uses a database that is integrated with the Dynamic Image Server feature of WATCHOUT that is automated to access dynamic information for display on to ‘The Brain’. The innovation selected is completely dependant on what visitors vote for which means that the show is always changing and evolving, and there is always an element of surprise. You never know what the WATCHOUT show will look like,” explains Marcus Boij, Technical Manager, Stockholm at Informationsteknik.

WATCHOUT performs projection mapping

Because the entire screen is curved, this created a challenge for the projection mapping,” explains Jan Brånå at Eyebrite Film and Visions.

“Another challenge solved by WATCHOUT was the ability to present text and information on each individual square, and WATCHOUT easily managed to scale text according to the size and position of the display area.”

“Thanks to WATCHOUT it was possible to do everything we wanted including combining the show elements with images, film and soundtracks, live feeds and interactive functions.”

Lars Sandlund, chief operating officer at Dataton says: “We’re delighted that our technology was used as part of this award winning exhibition. It demonstrates WATCHOUT’s effectiveness and flexibility in giving multimedia and exhibition designers new and engaging ways of communicating and storytelling.”

The National Museum of Science and Technology also utilises Dataton PICKUP audio guides in various exhibition areas.

© Tekniska museet. Photography by Ellinor Algin 2

© Tekniska museet. Photography by Ellinor Algin

© Tekniska museet. Photography by Ellinor Algin.

WATCHOUT wows crowds at INNIEBOS Music Festival

© EPH Productions

Dataton Premium Partner PENMAC Audio Visual supplied WATCHOUT multi-image display and presentation software to synchronise picture and audio playout across seven large-scale LED displays at the tenth annual INNIEBOS Music Festival in Nelspruit, South Africa during June 2013. For the event, all LED stock and technical expertise was supplied and installed by EPH Productions.

Leon Pheiffer at EPH Productions takes up the story: “our brief was to use technology to synchronise the crossover of music styles between Rock and Country and various performances. PENMAC’s support for graphics on the main stage for the gala event was critical to the success of the event.”

A mix of 7mm pitch and 12mm pitch LED surfaces were positioned on stage that brought together the overall theme and context of the musical performances. The LED display panels were distributed across the back of the stage, on the riser steps and on side columns that reached up to 7 meters in height creating a breath-taking spectacle.

Malcolm Finlay, managing director at PENMAC says: “We’re delighted that the event was witnessed by 54,000 people, many who travelled more than 1,500 kilometres to visit this annual celebration of Afrikaans music. Using WATCHOUT not only wowed audiences, it ensured that the event was a complete success.”

Lars Sandlund, chief operating officer at Dataton adds: “WATCHOUT was designed for managing various audio and video feeds for live events and we’re delighted that our technology was once again put through its paces by PENMAC.”

PENMAC was recognized with an award for their outstanding exhibition booth at Mediatech Africa 2013 last month, where they showcased Dataton WATCHOUT™ multi-image display software version 5.5, WATCHPAX™ media server and PICKUP™ audio guides.

Michael Engström, Sales Director, Dataton


www.dataton.com

Calibre UK celebrates 25 years milestone

Calibre UK announces their celebration of 25 years of success in the electronics design, creation, manufacture and delivery of innovative processing, image scaling, scan conversion and LCD electronics products to market.

In celebrating 25 years of success, Tim Brooksbank, Chairman at Calibre UK commented: “Achieving this milestone has been immense fun. We’ve sold a lot of great products and have built some valued relationships. Here’s to the next 25 years.”

Founded on 8 August 1988, Calibre UK established itself as a small business in the technology and software sector and quickly built a reputation for electronics excellence.

25 years of electronics excellence

Calibre UK originally designed and manufactured custom test equipment for CRT monitor and television factories, primarily for automated picture analysis and calibration on production lines. This spun out initial product lines such as I2C-Bus development and associated test tools. In the early 1990s Calibre UK progressed to making specialist CRT video displays for the oil and gas industries as well as for general industrial purposes – a key market being displays for remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) as well as specialist security and surveillance projects such as the Dartford River Crossing.

In the mid 1990s, Calibre UK introduced its very first video processor to market. This was a deinterlacer and format converter for use on the then-common Gem80 industrial programmable logic controller, which had a unique video output format incompatible with most computer displays.

Around this time Calibre UK was also the first British company to market with a high-resolution LCD flat panel display capable of showing live video. This was Calibre UK’s second true video processing and scaling product, developed in-house and able to de-interlace and scale PAL or NTSC to the 640×480 progressive format that at that time considered high resolution for the newly emerging TFT-LCD technology. Additionally, a range of specialist LCD driver boards was developed for industrial, medical and military needs, a market Calibre UK is still active in.

Also in the mid 1990’s other manufacturers’ products were also sold on a distribution basis, particularly those from US scaler manufacturers Folsom Research and PC Video Conversion.

Calibre UK then progressed to designing and manufacturing its own scalers, initially for the emerging LED videowall market, then for specialist projection and medical as well as super-premium home theater.

“Calibre UK’s export success was officially recognised when the company received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2012. Our staff, peers and customers are justifiably proud of the achievement,” adds Brooksbank.

Calibre UK continues its innovation and market development

Today, Calibre UK is a successful, respected and growing UK manufacturer, offering the industry’s most comprehensive range of processors to broadcast and professional audiovisual companies alike throughout the world. Despite the current economic climate, Calibre UK’s continues to expand with further investments being made into R&D through 2013.

Calibre focuses on pro-av, broadcast, medical, military and specialist industrial markets, primarily with video scalers for use as stand-alone devices or inside projectors, specialist displays and endoscopy cameras. Calibre UK is perhaps best known as an OEM manufacturer providing products and technology to several industry leaders in its various markets.

DATATON CONGRATULATES SHORTLISTED PROJECTS IN 15TH AV AWARDS 2013 PROGRAMME


Industry recognition of the deployment of PICKUP audio guides and WATCHOUT multi-image display software

Dataton technology is used by projection designer, BARTKRESA Design and systems integrator, D J Willrich (DJW) whose innovative projects have been shortlisted by the industry’s finest judges in the 15th AV Awards 2013.

BARTKRESA Design recognized for innovative projection mapping using WATCHOUT

© Christie

Shortlisted for the Digital Signage Project of the Year for the Christie® InfoComm 2012 exhibition booth, BARTKRESA Design created all architectural projection mapping and design.

In speaking about the shortlist, Bart Kresa, projection designer at BARTKRESA Design, said: “On the Christie® booth at InfoComm 2012 we used Dataton WATCHOUT™ multi-image display and presentation software to manage three video feeds from Christie® Roadster S+20K and S+14K-J 3-chip DLP® projectors onto the surface of two pyramid shaped structures. Each pyramid had different and often contrasting bright, visual and moving content highlighting the capabilities of the digital projectors.

“BARTKRESA Design relies on WATCHOUT for all projects around the world and is constantly using the technology in new, exciting and creative ways,” Kresa added.

DJW shortlisted for four projects in the AV Awards 2013 that utilise Dataton WATCHOUT and PICKUP technologies

Expert systems integrator, DJW has an unrivalled four projects in the AV Awards 2013 shortlist, all of which take advantage of Dataton technology.

© The National Football Museum. Images courtesy D J Willrich

The View from The Shard was shortlisted in the Consumer Installation category and BP Olympics Showcase was shortlisted for the Green or Environmental Project of the Year category. The National Football Museum was shortlisted for the Consumer Installation and AV/IT Project of the Year categories. All projects completed by DJ Willrich utilize Dataton WATCHOUT.

DJW’s work at The Allison Customer Experience Center was shortlisted for the Business Installation of the Year. The project uses the combination of PICKUP™ audio guides and Dataton WATCHOUT to engage and inform audiences.

All shortlisted projects were supported by Mirage Associates, WATCHOUT Premium Partner for the UK and Ireland.

“We use Dataton in many projects because they have the most reliable, durable and flexible solution out there,” commented David Willrich, Managing Director at DJW. “Dataton WATCHOUT can handle multiple feeds and resolutions and is a future-proof solution.”

In speaking about the AV Awards 2013 shortlist, Lars Sandlund, COO at Dataton, said: “It’s terrific to see industry recognition of some of our most innovative and trusted partners which incorporates the creative use of WATCHOUT on the world stage.”

The official 15th AV Awards 2013 is run by AV Magazine and will take place at the Park Lane Hilton, London on 11 October 2013.

ENDS

About Dataton
Established in 1973, renowned Swedish show control developer and manufacturer, Dataton this year celebrates its 40th year in business. The company serves its core markets in multi-media entertainment, visitor attractions, digital signage scenography, event production and corporate A/V. The company’s flagship products include the WATCHPAX™ media server, award-winning Dataton WATCHOUT™ multi-display production and presentation system as well as the intuitive Dataton PICKUP™ audio guide. The entire range is supported by Dataton’s established global distribution and reseller network.

www.dataton.com

Calibre UK hits the big screen to process alternative content at Europe’s largest international film festival

Europe’s largest international film event, the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) relied on none other than Calibre UK for scaling and switching of alternative cinema content. Provided by Prague-based system integration, rental and staging experts Altei, HQView400DC processors were integrated with Sony 4K digital cinema projectors located throughout multiple cinemas that were used for event screenings.

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) took place between June 28 to July 6 in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. The event attracted over 12,000 film industry representatives and press from all around the world.

All guests had the opportunity to experience first-hand the immersive quality of digital cinema technology to give the very highest picture quality and viewer experience.

“The quality of the Calibre UK processing was essential to achieve best results combining alternative – non DCP content and Sony Digital Cinema projectors,” says Martin Vysušil, Sales & Marketing at Altei.

“Calibre UK HQView400DC alternative content processors were used for screening of movies from various sources including Digital Betacam, HD Cam, DVD and BluRay.”

Pauline Brooksbank, Managing Director at Calibre UK says: “We’re delighted Altei are relying on the flexible, robust and seamless processing from Calibre UK at the KVIFF as they have done so successfully in previous years.”

HQView400DC is a unique version of the Calibre UK HQView400, which is optimised for use as a digital cinema alternative content processor and is compatible with the alternate content input of market leading digital cinema projectors.

The HQView range of highly flexible image scalers provide stunning image quality in demanding applications including professional AV, staging, broadcast, houses of worship, medical, corporate and education.

ENDS

About Calibre UK
Celebrating its 25th year (08/08/88) Calibre has over the years achieved World recognition providing image scaling and processing technologies for use in digital cinema, large venue projection and LED events, surgical medical applications and broadcast/television studios, manufacturing products under its own brand-names as well as providing products and technology to several market leaders in the ProAV market worldwide. A market leader in innovation utilising its own in-house hardware and software design team for all product development and manufactured in its own factory in Bradford, UK.
www.calibreuk.com

Walking on Water: projectiondesign® powers interactive portable 360-degree Igloo experience

La Biennale di Venezia 2013 – Reliability, quality and colour ability are key to immersive installation

Immersive specialist Igloo Vision was commissioned by United Arab Emirates to create a 360-degree immersive installation for the La Biennale di Venezia 2013, 53rd annual art exhibition that incorporates F22 projectors from projectiondesign®. Mounted in the Sale d’Armi at the New National Pavilion, Mohammed Kazem’s realization called ‘Directions 2005/2013’ makes a brilliant contribution to ‘Walking on Water’.

“Showing content of seascapes and replicating what it would be like to be lost at sea, the immersive installation uses fifteen F22 projectors at WUXGA resolution with zoom lenses and installed in portrait mode. The projectors are edge blended and integrated in a floor to ceiling 360° fully immersive screen using tailor made software,” says Pippa Halliday, sales director at Igloo.

“The projectors were chosen because of their reliability and ability to be shown in portrait mode. They produce high-quality images with colour accuracy, which was calibrated at the factory in Norway meaning that little tweaking was necessary at the site. The projectors are tried and tested as Igloo have used projectiondesign before with great result, so we know they will perform for the duration of the La Biennale di Venezia 2013.”

The F22 single-chip DLP™ projectors are designed for installations where reliability, image quality and performance is critical, and where acquisition cost and total cost of ownership plays a central role. Each F22 projector is uniquely characterised and calibrated during its manufacture. Unique optical performance values are recorded and matched to the electronics processing in order to secure perfect on-site calibration. With RealColor™, it is possible to match any number of projectors, and ensure they all project the same primaries and grey scale, without going through a very complicated process.

Maria Dahl Aagaard, product marketing manager at projectiondesign says: “We’re delighted to see that Igloo has enabled artist Mohammed Kazem to achieve his goals in ensuring that the projectors were supportive rather than intrusive. It was important to make sure that visitors to the ‘Directions 2005/2013’ installation could walk in and feel as though they were part of the experience.”

The National Pavilion of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development and with the support of the Sheikha Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation presents ‘Walking on Water’ for the 55th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia. Curated by Reem Fadda, ‘Walking on Water’ features a solo exhibition by vanguard Emirati artist Mohammed Kazem under the leadership of Commissioner, Dr. James Hamdan at the New National Pavilion for the United Arab Emirates at the Sale d’Armi from June 1 – November 24, 2013.

Image credit: Igloo.

www.projectiondesign.com
www.barco.com
www.igloovision.com

See Barco & projectiondesign at Booth 1547 at EAS 2013

Highlighting some of the very best real-world examples from trusted ecosystem of expert partners

Visualization experts, Barco and projectiondesign® will be showcasing the breadth of their combined projection product offering at the European Attractions Expo 2013 (EAS 2013) through the demonstration of real-world examples.

Maria Dahl Aagaard, Product Marketing Manager

Maria Dahl Aagaard, product marketing manager at projectiondesign says: “Supplying some of the most prestigious and innovative theme park and visitor attractions operating today, the combined Barco and projectiondesign product lines are designed for high-performance imaging, outstanding colour reproduction, long-term use, reliability and rapid return on investment for the operator as well as an engaging experience for the visitor.

“Working at EAS 2013 and highlighting some of our best in class ecosystem of trusted technology partners, such as Holovis and Reactable, our products will demonstrate how they are part of transformational experiences in a range of demanding and cost effective applications.”

Next generation Holovis MotionDome™ launched at EAS

Holovis MotionDome™ is an immersive and interactive platform ideal for creating gaming or dark ride transformative experiences in 2D or 3D. The solution is scalable from small to large full dome theatres, completed with ride motion technology.

Four F35 AS3D active stereoscopic 3D DLP™ projectors are seamlessly edge blended on the Holovis MotionDome™ curved screen display, positioned above the participant’s eye line to create the completely immersive experience.

The MotionDome™ solution combines unrivalled attraction design with visual performance and control. Four F35 AS3D active stereoscopic 3D DLP™ projectors are seamlessly edge blended on the Holovis MotionDome™ curved screen display, positioned above the participant’s eye line to create the completely immersive experience, integrated with Holovis motion seat technology and interactive gaming devices. This is all driven by In-Mo® a proprietary Holovis technology that integrates real-time interactive game technology into the dome of choice.

A first of its kind in Dome Theatre attractions, Stuart Hetherington, CEO at Holovis says: “We are delighted to be bringing our extensive innovation-led expertise in high-end immersive and interactive experience design to EAS with our MotionDome™ technology. We are already working with a range of first to market clients including FECs, Property Asset Developers and major Theme Park operators on deploying these high impact, cost effective visitor attractions.

“Complementing our MotionDome™ technology will be our use of the stunning Barco OL-521 full-resolution stereoscopic 3D display wall. A range of Barco and projectiondesign® products will be displayed in formations that demonstrate how we have integrated these into our extensive range of turn-key solutions that transform the sensory experience, including videowall technology for visual system storyboarding.”

Barco’s OL-521 rear-projection video wall display will be shown for the first time at EAS 2013. The system uses a modular design ensuring that video cubes can be stacked to practically any size or position. Images are created using reliable LED illumination that brings several operational benefits to the visitor attractions and the leisure space including a small footprint, front-panel control and access, failsafe and cool operation, wide viewing angle and reliable DLP™ imaging technology. Using LED illumination means that the visual system operates up to 80,000 hours life-time in economy mode and has no moving parts. Calibration is achieved using Barco’s proprietary Sense6 calibration software.

The Reactable Experience ensures that EAS visitors will see, touch and hear sound!

Aimed at captivating, engaging and enthralling EAS visitors, on the Barco and projectiondesign stand will be live video and music performances using interactive table technology from Reactable. projectiondesign F22 projectors are installed inside the table with live HD camera feeds of video jockeys making music being displayed on the big screen using F32 projectors.

“Reactable is an electronic musical instrument with a simple and intuitive design. Visitors to EAS will be able to experiment and create sound, change its structure and control its parameters in a direct and unique way,” says Gunter Geiger, CEO at Reactable. “Through using projection as its visual interface, the musician is able to connect with his music creating a richer experience for himself and his audience by hearing, seeing and touching the sound.”

© Massimo Boldrin

EAS takes place between 18-20 September 2013 at the Paris Expo, Port de Versailles in Paris, France.

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Image credit: Reacatable © Massimo Boldrin

www.barco.com
www.projectiondesign.com
www.holovis.com
www.reactable.com

absolut technologies: latest Calibre UK distributor

Taking the industry’s largest range of scaling, switching & processing equipment to Brazil

Following the success of InfoComm 2013, the international audio-visual and communication industry’s largest annual event, the latest company to join Calibre UK’s distribution partner programme is collaboration, virtual reality, and visualization system providers, absolut technologies.

absolut technologies now supplies the entire range of LEDView and HQView scan, switch and scaling technology to rental and staging companies in Brazil.

“The Brazil market is experiencing tremendous growth,” explains Hans Ulmer, Managing Director at absolute technologies. “The high performance of the Calibre UK processors, switchers and scalers makes rental and staging applications more functional, by enabling users to manage and process content faster, with more detail and accuracy, thus saving time and money.”

“Already, Calibre UK equipment has been deployed in several installations.”

Pauline Brooksbank, MD at Calibre UK says: absolute technologies are a leader in their field in terms of customer service, product portfolio and integration examples. We’re justifiably proud of our new partner in the Brazil market.”

www.calibreuk.com

Only from Calibre UK: the industry’s most powerful LEDView530 switcher/scaler releases new firmware

Robust, accurate and powerful PIP functionality puts Calibre UK ahead of the curve for scaling and switching of LED displays

Calibre UK has further strengthened its LEDView530 scaler/switcher with the addition of new firmware for user selectable and variable picture-in-picture (PIP) flexibility.

“The new PIP function of the LEDView530 scaler/switcher adds the functionality of expensive windowing solutions available from other manufacturers in the market today, but at an affordable price,” explains Tim Brooksbank, Chairman at Calibre UK.

PIP is used for the composition of a single displayed image comprised of background content plus a second windowed input channel, viewed on one single LED videowall. Typically the background content will be computer generated. The LEDView530 supports virtually all sources including Mac and PC and the PIP content is a video feed either direct from a camera or via a vision mixer, typically over 3G or HD-SDI.

“The firmware update is considerably important for smaller installs requiring variable PIP sizes and backgrounds, particularly at smaller facilities such as sports grounds where it gives LEDView530 a significant advantage in allowing users to generate a combined image, with advanced features such as pixel-accurate PIP sizing and PIP fade in/out transitions,” adds Brooksbank.

Significantly, LEDVIew530’s PIP is inserted within the defined output pixel area, so once the overall picture size has been set to suit the LED videowall using Calibre UK’s class-leading per-edge-based left/right/top/bottom sizing mechanism ensuring the PIP is automatically sized proportionately within that defined LED videowall pixel area. This advanced processing makes it very fast & simple to adjust the LEDView530 scaler/switcher for virtually any LED videowall.

“Variable PIP size can be used as a main background, so that a display showing a sports event plus scoreboard or advertising data can be composed. An event may be shown in the top portion of the screen with data below and to the right, or either side of that live image.”

The new firmware for the LEDView530 scaler/switcher is available now. Existing users can take advantage of the firmware update immediately by downloading the update free from www.calibreuk.com.

The LEDView530 was demonstrated integrated with Lighthouse Technologies’ X3 modular 3mm LED screen at InfoComm 13, the largest annual event of the audiovisual communications industry.

www.calibreuk.com

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY: DATATON’S PICKUP HELPS SUPERMARKET CHAIN WIN OVER FAMILIES

© Maj Maj Måne Photography by Peter Sporremark

An innovative storytelling experience from a Swedish entertainment company is being rolled out across supermarkets with the goal of keeping children amused while shopping. And it’s already succeeding in this aim, thanks in no small part to PICKUP™ audio-guide technology from Dataton.

Storytrail® is the brainchild of Anna Lantz, CEO of children’s media production company Maj Maj Måne.

“We have worked with and for children for many years, and always emphasized storytelling as an important part of learning,” Lantz explains. “We wanted to find a way to make everyday life with children as smooth as possible, pinpointing the stress factors many families have in their lives – for example, going grocery shopping.”

“We developed Storytrail as a concept that would keep children occupied, entertained and amused in a retail environment, in a way that would keep them with their parents but also relieve much of the parents’ stress.”

In September 2012, the Storytrail idea was taken up by Sweden’s ICA Kvantum supermarket chain. The roll-out has so far involved over 30 stores, with more to come.”

“Families collect the equipment for Storytrail – a pair of headphones and a Dataton PICKUP unit – when they enter the store,” says Lantz. “Throughout the store there are nine ‘Storypoints’ – signs that contain Dataton MICROTAGS to act as the trigger for a new audio chapter in the Storytrail for kids to listen to. To make it easy for the children to find the Storypoints, we designed additional signs around the store and little footprints on the ground, underlining the idea that the kids are following a trail.”

A closer look at the Dataton PICKUP audio guide

For ICA Kvantum, Maj Maj Måne created a story using characters already used by the retail chain in its marketing. New stories involving these characters are recorded every other week, so that children always have a new Storytrail to look forward to when they go shopping.

“Research from Sweden’s Linnaeus University suggests that more than half of children are quieter when using Storytrail in a shopping environment, that parents’ stress levels are reduced by over 20%, and that 85% of parents would choose to shop at a location with Storytrail installed, over one without.”

Lars Sandlund, Chief Operating Officer, Dataton

“Storytrail is a fantastic example of how our PICKUP audio-guide technology can bring tangible and immediate business benefits to our customers,” comments Lars Sandlund, Chief Operations Officer of Dataton. ”

“Affordable, easy to install and above all very simple to use, PICKUP is finding new applications every day.”

www.dataton.com

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