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


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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