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GX-200 System Design Plans



GX-200 Entertainment System - Installation Notes

 

Physical Requirements
 

Green Setup:
Walls must be painted with Rosco Ultimatte Green Video Paint.
Floor Should be Green Gymatt / Floormats by Linear Rubber Products

Blue Setup:
Walls must be painted with Rosco Ultimatte Super Blue Video Paint 5722.
Floor Should be Sport Court Tiles / Royal Blue Metric MFTRBL




Supplier Information:    
Rosco Laboratories
52 Harbor View
Stamford, CT
06902
 
(203) 708-8900
 
www.rosco.com
Dalsouple
Box 140
Bridgewater, England
TA5 1HT
 
info@dalsouple.com
www.dalsouple.com
SportCourt
939 South 700 West
Salt Lake City, Utah
84104
 
(801) 972-0260
www.sportcourt.com
 
Lighting Requirement

The exhibit should be designed to feature a well-lit greenscreen (or bluescreen) environment, illuminating walls, floor and participant without creating undue shadows.

Participant should be lit by Navitar highlights. Four (4) Navitar highlight fixtures should be affixed 1' 6" from the backwall (to top and backlight). Two (2) Navitar fixtures should be affixed in front of the participants at 8' from the backwall.

All lights should be mounted in a way that makes them inaccessible to the public and protected from breakage.

The exhibit should NOT be situated in an area with conflicting sources of harsh light (particularly direct sunlight). External sources of light shining on the walls or floor may adversly affect the quality of the image. General "ambient" lighting in the area is acceptable.

Supplier Information
Navitar

200 Commerce Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: (716) 359-4000
Toll Free:(800) 828-6778
Fax: (716)359-4999
http://www.navitar.com/av/hilite/hilitegen.htm



Display Requirements

The Vivid GX 200 System outputs VGA (15 pin), composite video (RCA) or S-Video signals.
Images should be displayed on a 6' (1829mm) x 8' (2438mm) video projection screen mounted 1' (305mm) off the floor, 14' (4267mm) in front of the participants.
Images should be projected by a Sanyo PLC -9000N LCD projector.

Supplier Information:  
Draper Screen & Shade Co. Inc.
411 South Pearl Street
Spiceland, Indiana
47385-0425
 
Tel: (765) 987-7999
E-Mail: draper@draperinc.com
Sanyo Presentation Technologies
1-888-495-3452
www.sanyolcd.com


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