ITEC 2016 – great to see all

The GBvi team has returned from a great ITEC 2016 event in London. We met up with many faces old and new and are excited to continue being a part of such a vibrant and innovative industry.

See you again next year, if not at another event until then.







Five-Year Anniversary Marked with New Product Development and Office Expansion

Sussex, England – 11 May 2016 – After five years of success, UK optical projection blending specialist, GBvi Limited, has completed its move into a new, larger R&D and operations building. Their line-up of proprietary solutions for multi-channel digital projection channel blending has recently been expanded to include new mechanical framework designs, improved mask algorithms for optimum levels of accuracy, alignment system advancements, projector blend mask actuation options and anti-reflection coatings.

Since 2011, GBvi has been supplying bespoke and custom-engineered optical blending systems for a range of applications including fast-jet simulation training, helicopter simulation training, ground-based military training, digital visitor attractions, themed entertainment experiences and immersive educational spaces.

To date, GBvi has supplied many bespoke optical projection blending systems to large-scale simulation and visualisation environments globally. Earlier this month, the team moved into its new, larger premises in Ditchling, Sussex, England, which accommodates more advanced design and manufacturing requirements.

Geoff Blackham, Founder and Managing Director of GBvi commented; “We are very proud of our achievements to date and are delighted to mark such an accomplishment with the opening of our new R&D and operations facility. We are repeatedly chosen by some of the most reputable simulation systems integrators, also working closely with projector manufacturers and extend our thanks to our partners and customers who have been part of our journey so far.”

GBvi will be exhibiting at ITEC 2016 in London from 17-19 May. Geoff will also be speaking at the show with a presentation titled ‘Optical Blending: Difficult yet Essential for Maximising Dynamic Range of Projection Displays’.

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What is Optical Blending?

Optical Blending uses physical masking techniques to provide managed fading of multiple partially-overlapped projected images so that their images are blended together to form a larger, continuous, image.

About GBvi

GBvi ( has a long standing heritage in the field of display systems design, specialising in optical blending solutions for multi-channel projection environments, with no limit to display size, screen shape or projector count. The company works with an extensive network of integrator partners, resellers and designers with a focus on the markets of simulation, entertainment and attractions.

Their range of technologies and services supports even the most challenging displays; especially those requiring uniformity, clarity, invisible projection blend regions, true-to-life digital experiences, infinity displays, and ultra-black environments.

For more information please contact:

Beth Nicholas   |    beth.nicholas @ matchboxmedia dot co dot uk

+44 (0) 7891 291471