Hungary: Modern studio design with pure forms and a high-tech multimedia backdrop: these were the key words when the Hungarian national television decided to refresh the setting of their Sunday evening news magazine.
The management was looking for a large screen solution that could display news features, broadcast interviews and back-ground graphics on large screens in high quality. Furthermore, the screens should be big enough to work as a display for the invited audience.
- There was no doubt that rear projection was the only option because of the high level of ambient light in the news studio. But the news management hesitated between video wall and Giant Wide Angle Screens, said Mr. Attila Göz of Hungarian AV specialists Mikropo.
- We arranged a shoot out and the result was quite obvious. Compared to the cut-up images on the video wall, the large Giant Wide Angle Screens produced bright, uniform, high-contrast images in one piece.
The public TV station took a vote, and the installation was completed with 3 x 160" dnp Giant Wide Angle Screens powered by Sanyo PLC XF-45 projectors of 10,000 ANSI lumens.