Tag Archives: auto-calibration
domeprojection.com installed a turnkey 7-channel 7m mobile dome projection system for the booth of the MIA Center at the CIIF China International Industry Fair 2012 in Shanghai.
On October 08, 2012 Nord Stream celebrated the integration of its twin gas pipeline system in Portovaya, Russia with a second big VIP-Event called “We deliver”. We were asked to calibrate the projection and render the new movie after having been responsible for the systems design of the original projection system.
The Institute for Helicopter Technology, at the Technical University Munich operates a helicopter simulator equipped with a 5m diameter and 180° curved screen. domeprojection delivered a 6-channel visual display system.
The UK-based Simulator specialist Drilling Systems approached domeprojection.com to upgrade one of their oil-rig drilling simulator products from Multi-LC-flatscreen to immersive projection display.
Omagica, our distributor for Latin America and Mexico, demonstrated domeprojection.com auto-alignment at its stand at the leading trade-show for Professional AV Technology in Latin America, the EXPO Cine, Video and Television.
domeprojection.com has installed dForm auto-alignment systems with PC-controlled moving camera heads in both STINGER dome trainers in Fassberg and Todendorf and performed the initial calibration of the dome projection system.
The ATM department of the Institute of Flight Guidance/DLR e.V. aimed to renew its 200° Tower Simulator Display System for a seamless 360° cylindrical projection system. domeprojection.com won the tender and provided a turnkey solution:
The Korea Pavilion presents the future vision of Korea as a leading maritime nation, its primary theme is Koreaʼs spirit of ocean exploration and ocean capabilities.
The DLR Institute of Transportation Systems operates a dynamic driving simulator for the validation of assistance functions that are already in an advanced state of development. The driving simulator is equipped with a novel hexapod system with the cabin hanging in below the upper articulations,