Technology Design, Eng & Integration Pgav L L V3

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Design, Engineer and Install AUDIO, VIDEO and CONTROL systems.
Specialize in unique custom solutions for the themed environment and entertainment industry.
Leaders in Technology Integration
Manufacturer of show system equipment

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Technology Design, Eng & Integration Pgav L L V3

  1. 1. Technology Design, Engineering and Integration Orlando Moreno omoreno@hotmail.com 408.656.2498
  2. 2. • Design, Engineer and Install AUDIO, VIDEO and CONTROL systems. • Specialize in unique custom solutions for the themed environment and entertainment industry. • Leaders in Technology Integration • Manufacturer of show system equipment •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •2
  3. 3. EXPERTISE • Digital Video Projection Systems, Film and theater design for large venue, 2D and 3D applications.. • Network Access and Show Control systems. • Performance and BGM Audio Systems • Interface and Integrate Audio, Video and Control Technologies with Facilities and other sub-systems. •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •3
  4. 4. Today’s topics…. • Video Projection Technology • Show Control Technology •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •4
  5. 5. Three main criteria ¤ Resolution  VGA, XGA, UXGA, ZzyxxzzGA Z Brightness „ Contrast Ratio •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •5
  6. 6. ð Nothing more than nomenclature for pixel dimensions n Higher pixel dimensions = higher resolution e A pixel is the smallest unit capable of generating a color. •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •6
  7. 7. Nomenclature Pixel Resolution Notes VGA 640 X 480 Standard definition SVGA 800 X 600 WSVGA 1024 X 576 Widescreen XGA 1024 X 768 Most commercial projectors WXGA 1365 X 768 Widescreen SXGA 1280 X 1024 UXGA 1600 X 1200 Certain LCD projectors only 1920 x 1080 Hi definition 2048 x 1080 New DLP •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •7
  8. 8. ¤ Hi def is 1920 pixels by 1080i pixels (1920 x 1080i) or 720p (progressive) p This hi def is what most pro camera manufacturers offer and is the format destined for today’s digital cinema. t Hi def is really any resolution above Standard Definition television. •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •8
  9. 9. f ANSI lumens = American National Standards Institute developed to ensure manufacturer’s measurement consistency. s Standard light-meter measure – pointed directly at it’s light stream r Of course, higher values = more light •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •9
  10. 10. Ì Manufacturers use two methods to measure e A black and white grid. e Full ON- Full OFF (measuring the “whitest white” and “blackest black” k The ratio between the white and black areas = the contrast ratio of the projector. i Higher ratio = apparently “sharper” image •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •10
  11. 11. ¤ DLP ¤ LCD ¤ Others •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •11
  12. 12. p DLP means p Digital Light Processing  Based on DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) chip  Silicon chip overlaid with thousands of mirrors  Developed by Texas Instruments  All DLP projectors use a chip manufactured by TI  It is a REFLECTIVE technology •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •12
  13. 13. • Operational Diagram ¤ (courtesy TI) •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •13
  14. 14. ¬ LCD means Liquid Crystal Display  Transmissive panel where electrical charge activates “polarization” and blocks light.  Colors separated beforehand by dichroic filters  It is a Transmissive technology  LCD is prevalent in smaller and lighter projectors. •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •14
  15. 15. ° DILA – A reflective-type LCD technology, used by NEC CRT - Old transmissive technology used before DLP, LCD, etc •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •15
  16. 16. • Manufactures continually strive to improve all three • It is a baseline for projector comparison • It is useful in trivia games •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •16
  17. 17. p Small really short throw projectors  NEC WT600 •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •17
  18. 18. H High resolution digital cinema  Christie CP2000 (2k resolution DLP)  2048 x 1080 •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •18
  19. 19. ¨ Network enabled ¨ Wireless networking •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •19
  20. 20. L Moving video •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •20
  21. 21. ¤ 3d motion based rides ’ 360 degree video • Special venue digital cinema •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •21
  22. 22. H Ultra hi-res digital 3D H Plasma tunnel theatres ¤ “Heads-up” Virtual games y New 4d digital experience •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •22
  23. 23. o Display becomes the guest experience t Media networks t Multi-Layer Translucent Displays s Large Environmental Displays  Exterior Building Displays •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •23
  24. 24. ¨ Why is Show Control Important For Themed Attractions?  Maintains Show Quality  Show Control electronically ties everything together  Provides Operator Flexibility  Safety  Scheduling (Museums & Retail) •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •24
  25. 25. ¨ The 2 types of Show control  Technical  Non technical—A.K.A. Operations •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •25
  26. 26. Ð How does all this technology communicate together?  Video equipment -Projectors  Audio Source -Special Effects  Seat Effects -Lights  Page Microphones -Operator Panels  Fire Systems -Automated Doors •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •26
  27. 27. •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •27
  28. 28. Ì Computer Networking (TCP/IP) RS232 Serial Communication (old, old computer communication) H SMPTE Timecode (Clock-based systems) t DMX-512 (lighting communication standard) i Push Buttons, Sensors, Contact Closures n Proprietary Systems (AMX & Crestron) •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •28
  29. 29. Œ Wireless 802.11b/g Wi-Fi  Corkscrew Hill  Haunted Lighthouse s Distributed Video and Audio over Wi-Fi •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •29
  30. 30. Œ Operations  Crowd Control  Operator Stations  Lighting  Special events  Automated Doors •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •30
  31. 31. 1 Museums and Aquariums  Schedules & Video Distribution o Interactive Kiosks •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •31
  32. 32. •Orlando Moreno •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •omoreno@hotmail.com •408.656.2498 •32

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