The City of Kingston boasts a vibrant arts and cultural scene, hosting a variety of arts spaces, arts and cultural organisations and services, professional and non-professional artists, creative industries and arts workers. Kingston Arts aims to build on these strengths, increase the profile and support of creative industries within the community and foster more opportunities for creative engagement and cultural tourism.
To reinforce this commitment Melbourne’s creative industries, the team at Kingston Arts were looking for a solution to effectively communicate custom-developed art content via a vacant block of road-facing windows along a Nepean Highway overpass.
In order to achieve this visual masterpiece, Vision One supplied and installed 3 Epson EB-700U 4,000 ANSI Lumens WUXGA Laser Projectors. Each projector was installed and secured to the concrete flooring via the use of Ultralift compact brackets.
Offering superior image quality matched by continuous performance, the EB-700U ultra short-throw 3LCD laser display is the ideal choice for virtually any signage or presentation need, achieving stunning images of up to 130″ diagonal in Full HD.
Each projector was strategically installed side-by-side, using Epson’s on-board pixel alignment tools to achieve a seamless three-projector blend. We also configured automated scheduling, enabling the projector to turn ON/OFF during the evenings at desired times.
To drive the content, we installed 3 BrightSign HD223 Networked Media Players and connected each to a designated projector. Using BrightAuthor’s BrightWall feature, video content was either sliced into three equal parts and inserted accordingly or inserted as a single file and stretched to fit across all 3 BrightSign players to create a breathtaking visual experience along the Nepean Highway.