By way of a 1.9kW Ushio Xenon short-arc illumination system and Christie Digital's long-established expertise with 3-chip DLP technology, the Roadie X10 - the world's first purpose-built projector for the rental staging community, delivers a staggering 10,000 ANSI lumens. Utilising 3-chip DLP technology, the Roadie X10 delivers brilliant XGA images with picture-perfect colour reproduction. Christie's ‘Intelligent Lens System’ (ILS) allows the projector to automatically recall lens position and source parameters upon changing source, while greater lens offset capabilities and a new tilt adjustment feature for improved top and bottom focus uniformity offering even greater flexibility when positioning the Roadie X10.
Homelands’ giant screens - configured as a motorised goalpost with truss along the top - were provided by lighting specialists, Art of Darkness, with The Picture Works responsible for all the content and vision mixes. As well as library and live footage, The Picture Works commissioned new material from New York, home of dance club, Twilo. The Picture Works also provided a sophisticated PPU, incorporating a Sony DFS-700P mixer from a DV Cam source and hard disk playback, with various cameras including microwave transmitters.