Stampede helps create 3D video mapping experience for Nokia launch

Friday, 31 August 2012
Stampede helps create 3D video mapping experience for Nokia launch
Chile - Stampede Presentation Products, Inc. recently helped Lumina Motion construct a stunning 10,000sq.ft video display on the facade of a round building in Santiago, Chile by providing the ideal equipment and precise development insight needed.

The AV team at Lumina Motion was tasked with creating an exciting and memorable product launch for Nokia's new Lumia 800 smartphone, and they succeeded by "working with Stampede to utilise the best technology, share industry know-how and ensure patient attention to every technical detail."

According to Lumina Motion owner Gonzalo de la Barra: "We at Lumina Motion know that when you're producing a live event, everything has to be perfect. Stampede knows this too, which is why they recommended the eight Christie Full HD projectors and Geffen Fiber Optic cables to produce over 10,000 square feet of HD video display with precision timing between all eight projectors. We don't have the luxury of second chances, so having a reliable and knowledgeable equipment provider is important, and Stampede helps us deliver the first time, every time.

"With the help of Stampede's knowledgeable sales staff and an incredible selection of gear, we are consistently able to deliver beyond our clients' expectations. Stampede actually helps us better understand this rapidly evolving market by sending us the latest product info, making recommendations, providing quotes quickly and delivering products in record time. We always want to get the best deal, and they are always very helpful regarding purchasing decisions and meeting our price expectations."

Indeed, the project proved a huge success. "The Lumina Motion staff executed this highly complex 3D video mapping project with surgical precision after countless hours of testing," says the company. "They painstakingly blended the eight video signals together by hand with geometrical correction, covered the building's glass façade with a special adhesive to make it a viable projection surface, guaranteed accurate power and data relay and timing, and accounted for all variables including ambient light and local construction."

Stampede CEO Mark Wilkins comments: "Our presence in Latin, Central and South America is nearly as strong as our presence in North America. And our ability to provide informed engineering, design and tactical assistance on projects like this is second to none. We're proud to have been able to work so closely with such a skilled audiovisual experience provider as Lumina Motion, and we look forward to playing a major role in their long term success."

Kramer Digital Switchers were utilized for video signal backup.

(Claire Beeson)

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