THE BLOG

15
May

GBvi supports Holovis at ITEC 2018 on JALO-accredited 4-metre dome training environment

From May 15th-17th, GBvi is supporting Holovis with an optical edge-blending solution for a 3-channel digital display as part of their new four-metre dome training environment, accredited by the UK Joint Air Land Organisation (JALO) at ITEC – the international forum for the Military Simulation, Training & Education Community – this year taking place at the Stuttgart Messe.

Chronos Glass: Greyscale has been used for the on-stand demo to provide perfect, diffraction free blending for LED and laser phosphor-projectors.

Chronos Glass Greyscale addresses the ‘small 4K’ and 8K class of projection systems where some optical trade-offs are most challenging, particularly with laser-phosphor illumination

For more information on Chronos Glass: Greyscale, please click here

02
May

California Academy of Sciences named as 2018 InstallAwards Project Finalist

AV upgrades to the California Academy of Sciences, including the Morrison Planetarium, have been recognised with a place on the shortlist in the category of Visitor Attraction of the Year.

In 2017, Six Sony VPL-GTZ270 4K SXRD 5000-lumen projectors were integrated into the newly-upgraded 300-seat, 75-ft planetarium by Mechdyne, with six channels of GBvi’s Chronos optical blending for seamless blending of the Fulldome planetarium’s projection system – we’re delighted to have been involved in this project.

The award finalist ceremony takes place in London on 28th June.

Image used with thanks to Mechdyne

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