Congress Rental used 10 outputs from a Picturall Pro media server connected to eighteen Epson 12,000-lumen projectors and two Epson 25,000-lumen projectors. “We divided the building into three parts: left side, center and right side,” Nahuel Sauza explains. “Each side was covered by four pairs of projectors. Each pair was a corner of a four-quadrants blended screen. The center was covered by two pairs of 25,000-lumen and 12,000-lumen projectors stacked in a vertical position for side-by-side blending. We used each media server output configured as full HD and sent the signal through HDBaseT interfaces.”
Congress gained a number of advantages by utilizing Picturall, he says, including ultra-high resolution without drop frames, accurate warping, logical order of processes and high-quality video processing.
Some 8,000 viewers on the street saw the projection mapping and enjoyed the festive lights, colors and music. “Picturall performed perfectly. And everybody – the public, technicians, artists, managers and government officials – was happy with the result,” says Nahuel Sauza. “It was amazing!”