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New water show impresses with Christie

New water show impresses with Christie

New water show impresses with Christie

Vietnam:

A new nightly lake show at Dam Sen Park in Ho Chi Minh City is using Christie HS Series laser projectors for visuals and water effects including large-scale water screen projections.

Jointly presented by Dam Sen Theme Park and Christie partner Alta Media, the show’s lighting system comprises lasers, interactive water screen projections and a 100m-long dancing fountain, entertaining visitors with twirling water jets, a fire performance and an aerial firework display over an energetic soundtrack. Selfie photos taken onsite can be displayed on the water screen during the performance.

“As the systems integrator and digital content provider for this new outdoor show, we have pulled out all the stops and deployed various AV technologies, such as state-of-the-art laser projections, to deliver a highly immersive and enjoyable experience,” said Hoang Tu, chief technology officer, Alta Media. “We needed a high-brightness and cost-effective projection system that not only excels in colour accuracy, but also has a small form factor and is easy to install. The Christie D20WU-HS, with an output of 20,600 lumens and Christie BoldColor Technology, ticks all the boxes and emerged as our preferred choice in terms of both quality and budget.”

Four D20WU-HS projectors have been deployed for the water screen projections. They are double-stacked and fitted in a waterproofed, air-conditioned control room built directly across the performance area. The Alta Media team’s primary challenge was to accurately calibrate the images on water screens 200m away from the control room. “It is the combination of content development and calibrating with the right lens to attain optimal visuals on the water screens,” Tu added. “In this way, we are able to maximise the impact of the contents, which are updated twice a year to keep the show fresh and appealing.”

The response to the lake show is reported to have been overwhelmingly positive, with guests particularly impressed by the clarity and sharpness of the selfie images displayed on the interactive water screen, as well as the specially created content highlighting Vietnamese history and culture.

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