CT Provides 118 Projectors for Stunning Opening Ceremony in Baku
Following the first test set up, the projection surface was changed from a gauze material to a solid white fabric, the contrast in the content was increased and further 40 projectors were added to ensure that the quality and brightness of the overall image surpassed anything that had been seen before on a ceremony of this type.
The combined effect resulted in the main projection surface burning through any of the typical issues with light spillage from the stage. Unlike a number of other shows in recent years (including CT’s record breaking Hoover Dam projection in 2015), there was not a Guinness World Records official on site measuring the light output or surface illumination. However, based on the statistics from previous records, the surface brightness of 800 lux achieved in Baku was significantly higher than any of the previously documented outdoor projection projects making this arguably the worlds brightest outdoor projection project.
The spectacular result was achieved by fantastic teamwork from some of the production industries leading specialists brought together and inspired by Betty Productions’ persistent attention to detail and determination to deliver a truly spectacular ceremony.