Global visual and audio technologies company, Christie Digital Systems USA, has powered a spectacular visual experience at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.
Gardens Extravaganza Special was produced by Hexogon Solution as part of the venue’s 5th anniversary celebrations.
Hexogon selected 32 Christie® Roadster HD20K-J 3DLP® projectors to deliver the stunning projection mapping show.
The location’s iconic 50 metre-tall ‘Supertrees’ provided the backdrop for custom digital projections of flowers and bubbles.
The visuals were further enhanced with special effects using 120 light fixtures and 24 flame projectors.
“We are honoured to collaborate with Gardens by the Bay to stage this eye-catching visual performance as part of its 5th anniversary celebrations,” commented Adrian Goh, Group Managing and Artistic Director, Hexogon Solution.
“Through the deployment of 32 Roadster HD20K-Js for projections on the ‘trunks’ of eight Supertrees, we hoped to create a world-class projection mapping show for the enjoyment of local and foreign visitors to mark this special occasion.”
The entire installation for the 20-minute spectacular took two weeks to complete. The majority of the Christie projectors were housed in custom-designed enclosures so that they could continue operating whatever the weather.
Able Liew, Deputy General Manager, Christie Singapore, said he was delighted that the Roadster HD20K-J projectors had played such a key role in delivering the projection mapping performance:
“Hexogon Solution has constantly endeavoured to create and deliver outstanding shows, and this one is no exception. We are proud of Adrian and his team in using innovative projection mapping techniques to tell the story of the Gardens’ growth to become the iconic attraction it is today.”
Christie is widely recognised as one of the most innovative visual technology companies in the world. The company’s display solutions and projectors continue to wow global audiences with dynamic and stunning images, accompanied by awe-inspiring sound.
Image courtesy Gardens of the Bay