Our 10x80 front projection screen brings a widescreen experience to rooms that have limited ceiling height.
In addition to video and projection Ice9 also provided sound and lighting making a complete package for our client.
Here we used a combination of 14K and 40K projectors to create a video surround for the Boston Pops at a benefit concert.
Ice9 also provided 7 cameras, including 4 robotics, to cover the event from all angles.
Using scenic panels in-between the borderless screens creates a wide screen image with more visual interest. Overall length is 90’ of video.
In addition to this Ice9 also provided all content playback and a 2 camera shoot on the maiden voyage of our HD flypack.
We love this photo! It’s not the quality, I think it was taken on my cell phone. It’s not the size of the screen, it’s only a 15x50.
What we love is the date on the walkin slide, 2006. This was the first widescreen production that Ice9 provided over a decade ago.
Over 150’ wide and 70’ tall Ice9 mapped the Powerhouse in the SoWa neighborhood of Boston for the inaugural Illuminus Festival.
Using our Disguise Media Server made it easy to line up the imagery around all the windows and other architectural details of the structure.
will.i.am on stage surrounded by Ice9 video elements. 11.25x20’ borderless front screen, 3 led panels on stage and 8 70” monitors flown from the box balconies.
All the content was driven from our Disguise system synchronized to will’s backing tracks. The online audience viewed the whole experience through our 3 camera HD flypack.
Here we provided a video experience that surrounded the audience. All 4 walls of the ball room covered by 22 projectors and 5 d3 servers.
In addition Ice9 provided a 4 camera shoot to record through our HD flypack
600,000 lumens of projection weighing in at 3.5 tons covers the facade of this iconic building at MIT.
Ice9 also provided an 8 camera shoot including 3 broadcast robotic and 1 RF wireless hand held.
A custom built curved system using our 13’x80’ front projection screen. There’s about 20’ of flat screen on each side while the center area curves around the back of the round stage.
Here we used our Disguise Media Servers to provide video for all the screens and the mapped scenic pieces. While our Christie Spyder X20 handled all of the switching for the show.
Dual 9’x40’ custom widescreens. The screen frame/leg system were modified, allowing the screen to be self supporting with the scenic built around it.
12 of our 14K Christie projectors provide the imagery while the audio is handled by our Martin MLA Mini line arrays.
With a custom designed bracket for the sub and 4 line array boxes the audio is shorter than a double stack of projectors.
This allows us to provide outstanding audio fidelity in rooms with challenging ceiling heights.
How do you create an immersive environment for a few hundred dinner guests? Start with four 31’x126’ screens and let us fill in the rest.
This show by the numbers… Twenty-four 26K projectors, five Disguise media servers, eight camera HD flypack, one multi-track record and one very happy client.
This event won the 2016 Live Design Award for Corporate Event of the Year.