Brompton Technology supports Mvision’s evolution
Friday, 19 February 2021
bromptonimage-creditmvision1The 300sq.m set features a curved LED wall, controlled by two Brompton Technology Tessera S8 LED processors
France - For more than 20 years, Mvision has been providing its service as an audiovisual technical expert to its customer base in France and beyond. The company’s regular investments in new equipment allows it to set up innovative solutions, such as its studio for filming, capturing, and dissemination of eventsat the Palais des Congrès in Paris, which is the third space Mvision has equipped for creative content production in France. The 300sq.m set features a curved LED wall, controlled by two Brompton Technology Tessera S8 LED processors.
“Mvision invested in its first LED screens more than eight years ago, and our first cylindrical screen was awarded a prize at the innovation show, Heavent Paris,” says Meziane Lounis, Mvision’s owner. “Since then, we have been building up our experience and expertise in LED technology, with our latest opening of a studio and investment in Brompton LED processing all part of our long-term development strategy.”
For its new studio, the team has built a large 12m x 3.5m LED curved wall made up of Unilumin UPAD III P2.6 LED panels.
“We chose Tessera S8 for our immersive LED stage because of its undeniable product quality and perfect colour rendering. Tessera’s feature set, as well as its latest firmware updates, allows us to adapt well to the demands of our XR studio and offers real quality when it comes to eliminating colour casts in greyscale with its PureTone functionality, or its brilliant colour contrast and colour saturation,” continues Lounes Lounis, Mvision’s technical manager.
The new studio has already been used for numerous shoots and events, including virtual conventions for companies such as Total SE, Nestle, Crédit Agricole, AXA, and others.
“We see our new studio at the Palais des Congrès as part of an evolution in event practices,” concludes Meziane Lounis. “The use of an LED volume allows us to create events which can integrate physical objects within the vast scope of virtual realms, making the productions dynamic and allowing us to change scenes ad infinitum.”

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