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Vivid Sydney 2023 Shines Bright with Barco UDM-4K30 Laser Projectors

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Sydney, Australia – Vivid Sydney 2023, the renowned festival of light, music, and ideas, presents a world-first deployment of Barco UDM-4K30 laser projectors, creating an unparalleled visual experience. TDC, a leading provider of visual technology solutions, has mounted over 150 state-of-the-art laser projectors throughout the festival, marking the largest installation of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.

The festival showcases the Beauty of our Natural World through visually stunning artworks displayed on iconic landmarks such as the HMAS Vampire, Customs House, ASN Clocktower, and the Sydney Opera House. Powered by Barco’s cutting-edge technology, the 30 UDM-4K30 laser projectors deliver pristine pixel perfection, immersing visitors in a world of vibrant visuals.

Michael Hassett, Founder & Managing Director at TDC, expressed his excitement about achieving a world-first in laser projection, stating, “Barco’s technology offers exceptional brightness, low latency processing, and a robust design. It is the only projection system that meets our stringent requirements for color uniformity and return on investment. We are delighted to see our operational suggestions incorporated into the UDM-4K30, making Vivid Sydney the first showcase of its capabilities.”

Gill Minervini, Vivid Sydney Festival Director, emphasized the festival’s commitment to enhancing the visitor experience by partnering with technology experts like TDC. She commented, “Experiencing the vibrancy and fragility of our natural world is of utmost importance, and we are thrilled that visitors can now immerse themselves in the artworks at a deeper level than ever before.”

TDC has achieved remarkable milestones at Vivid Sydney 2023, demonstrating the scale and excellence of their video solutions and design:

  • Over 3.5 million lumens of projected light illuminate the festival each evening.
  • Unprecedented levels of projection generate a staggering 1 billion total pixels each evening, surpassing the 230 million pixels achieved in 2022.
  • Projection coverage has increased by over 25% while consuming less power compared to 2022, saving over 150 kilowatts per hour (kWh), equivalent to the average consumption of an Australian household.
  • As an early adopter of clean energy solutions, TDC recently installed a 100 kW solar system at its Sydney head office in Alexandria.

Reference: http://www.tdc.com.au/

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