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Supersize dnp display in Command Center

Wincomn Technology, dnp’s Partner in China, recently installed a spectacular 17.6 m x 3.6 m dnp Supernova Infinity display at the WK Command Centre*. With a diagonal screen size of 707”, this display is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

Audiences of up to 800

The centre’s multi-purpose control room is equipped with two rows of operators' desks. Its auditorium, which has capacity for 800 people, is used to the full during exercises, conferences and certain important presentations. To ensure a perfect viewing experience for all the guests - especially those guests seated at the rear of the auditorium – as well as for operators, the management requested a top-of-the-line AV solution.

Massive display wall

Wincomn’s solution consists of 24 dnp Supernova Infinity Screens, installed seamlessly in a 3 x 8 configuration that enables content to be presented in up to 64 different windows. The AV content is delivered by three Christie Roadster HD 20K-J projectors. By slightly curving the massive display wall, the installer could guarantee everyone in the command centre a good view, regardless of their viewing angle and distance from the screen.

Why dnp Supernova Infinitiy Screens?

According to Wincomn Technology, the client and system integrator opted to use dnp Supernova Infinity Screens because they offer the best balance between price and performance, whilst requiring minimal space. Given the limited amount of space for the installation, rear projection was not an option in this case. LED was also considered, but rejected due to its high cost and image quality issues.

Screens

17.6 m x 3.6 m dnp Supernova Infinity (3 x 8 screen array)

Customer

WK Command Center, China (*The centre’s full name and location are not available for security reasons)

Installer

Wincomn Technology

Projectors

3 x Christie Roadster HD 20K-J

Application

Control room

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