Doorzicht Projectie

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Neo Magazin Royale
Cologne / Germany

 

Project

Manufacture and installation of two rear projection screens for TV show Neo Magazin Royale:

  • rear projection screen OPTITRANS®; size ca. 7.0 x 3.5 m (23 x 11 ft / see photo moon);
  • rear projection screen OPTILUX; size ca. 9.0 x 4.0 m (30 x 13 ft / see photo sexangle).
 

Client

  • btf GmbH
 

Location

  • Cologne / Germany
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KRAFTWERK Conzert
Berlin / Germany

 

Project

  • Use of inflatable bass absorber „aQflex™“ for reducing the reverberation times in the New National Gallery Berlin.
  • Production of the OPTILUX projection screens on the side of the stage.
  • Provision of light gray Front curtain (24.00 m x 10.00 m) made from TAFFETA CS. Front curtain was falling by using the G2 KABUKI system.
  • KING-Track for another stage curtain.

 

Project management

  • cc:blank GmbH

 

Client

  • KRAFTWERK

 

Location

  • Berlin / Germany

 

Further information, planning and audio examples can be found on gerriets-acoustics.com.

 

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IAA
Exhibition Stand Opel
Frankfurt / Germany

 

Description

  • Trade show booth of the automobile manufacturer Opel during the trade fair IAA Commercial Vehicles in Frankfurt.
  • Media walls and light columns made from the rear projection screen OPTITRANS® and from the front and rear projection screen REVUE.

 

Client

  • Ambrosius

 

Location

  • Frankfurt / Germany
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AIRSCREENS
Dubai, Münster, Madrid, San Francisco / worldwide

 

 Project

  • Manufacture of all AIRSCREEN-projection screens worldwide. For the inflatable AIRSCREEN systems, the opaque SCENE is used for front projection due to its versatility and stability. For rear projection OPTITRANS is used because of its high contrast ratio.
  • The projects shown here are only a few examples of the wide range of AIRSCREEN projects.


Client

  • AIRSCREEN Münster - Berlin - USA - Mexiko

 

Location

  • Dubai, Münster, Madrid, San Francisco / worldwide
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SHADOWLAND
Pilobolus Dance Theatre
World Tour


Project

  • Manufacture of an OPTILUX rear projection screen used to catch the shadows of the dancers during the performance.
  • Dimensions of projection screen: 8.3 x 7.9 m (27 x 26).

 

Technical Director

  • Shane Mongar

 

Client

  • Pilobolus Dance Theatre

 

Location

  • World Tour
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Asisi's temporary exhibition building "Pergamonmuseum. The Panorama"
Berlin / Germany


Project

  • Installation of Asisi's panorama picture on a 110.00 m (120.3 yds) long JOKER 95 track, including hoisting winches and doors for panorama passageways.
  • Back-lit ceiling, approx. 11.00 x 8.00 m (12.0 x 8.7 yds), and light box with covering 12.00 x 5.00 m (13.1 x 5.5 yds) made of SHIRTING and rear projection screen TRANSMISSION.
  • Wall coverings made of printed textile were mounted on keder frames with a length of approx. 500.00 m² (598 yd²).



Client

  • Yadegar Asisi



Location

  • Berlin / Germany

 

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Bauhausfest Dessau
Germany


Project

  • The Rear Projection Screen PANORAMA in use as an artist model to illustrate a spatial performance.
  • UV- and washable chalk pens were used to draw the performer's silhouettes on the Screen live.

 

Client

  • TU Berlin

 


Szenographie

  • Lisa Violetta Thürer, Marie-Louise Leeck
 


Choreographie, Performance
  • Jasminka Stenz (HZT Berlin), Lisa Violetta Thürer und Marie-Louise Leeck

 


Dozent

  • Claudia Rohner, Franziska Ritter



Location

  • Dessau / Germany
 
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PERMADEATH - A VIDEO GAME OPERA
Boston, MA / USA


Project

  • World premiere of PERMADEATH — A VIDEO GAME OPERA produced by White Snake Projects. The opera ingeniously integrated computer-generated content with the live performers.
  •  Gerriets manufactured a 12.8 x 6.7 m (42 x 22 ft) OPTILUX rear projection screen for the opera as the primary surface for the CG content.
     

 Client

  • White Snake Projects - http://www.whitesnakeprojects.org/
     

 Composer

  • Dan Visconti
     

Libretto

  • Cerise Lim Jacobs
     

Director

  • Sam Helfrich
     

 Set Design

  • Zane Pihlstrom
     

Computer-Generated Graphics

  • Curvin Huber
     

 Video Design

  • Kathy Wittman
     

 Lighting Design

  • Derek Van Heel
     

Location

  • Boston, MA / USA
     
 Photographer
  • William M. Brown Photography
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MEET ME AT DAWN
Dot Theatre Istanbul
Istandbul / Turkey


Project

  • Dance and design floor VARIO HIGH GLOSS; dimensions of the floor: 8.0 x 8.0 m (26 x 26 ft); in black.
  • Manufacture of a cyclorama backdrop made from rear projection screen TRANSMISSION for the theatrical production "Meet me at dawn"; dimensions of the projection screen: 10.0 x 2.2 m (33 x 7 ft).

 

Client

  • Dot Theatre Istanbul

 

Location

  •  Istanbul / Turkey
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MEDEA
Croatian National Theatre
Zagreb / Croatia


Project

  • Stage production of the play "Medea" by Euripides.
  • Usage of three rear projection screens OPTILUX; dimensions of the screens: 12,8 x 2,8 m (42 x 9 ft).
  • Supply of black bobbinet ELECTRA.

Director

  • Tomaz Pandur


Kunde

  • Croatian National Theatre

 

Standort

  • Zagreb / Croatia
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Royal Equestrian and Camel Festival
Muscat / Oman


Project

  • Manufacture of a rear projection screen PANORAMA for the festival "Royal Equestrian and Camel" which is celebrated every five years in Muscat in honours of the sultan of Oman.
  • Dimensions of the projection screen: 27.0 x 9.0 m (89 x 30 ft).

 

Light Design

  • Jerry Appelt

 

Client

  • PRG

 

Location

  • Muscat / Oman
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THE RAKE'S PROGRESS
Konzerttheater Bern
Switzerland


Project

Creation of a giant staircase with backlit steps for the stage design of the opera "The Rake’s Progress" by Igor Stravinsky.

  • Steps are made with rear projection screen TRANSMISSION installed between two acrylic glass panes and illuminated with LED strips.

 

Production

  • Marc Adam

 

Client

  • Konzerttheater Bern

 

Location

  • Bern / Switzerland
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RTS Radio Télévision Suisse
Genf / Swizerland

 

Project

  • Projection Horizontal using our Rear Projection screen Transmission (5,50 m high and 46,00 m wide)
  • Six separation curtains using Clivia 600 black (5,7 m high and 9,00)

 

Client

  • Despar Systeme AG

 

Location

  • Genf / Swizerland
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World Expo: German Pavillon
Shanghai / China


Project

  • OPTILUX rear projection screens used on walls and ceiling, creating tunnel-like effect in passageway connecting the entrance to the exhibition space.

 

Project Director / Designer

  • Ulrich Kunkel, E³-engeneering


Client

  • Milla & Partner GmbH


Location

  • Shanghai / China
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Radio Brandenburg, Studio 1
Berlin / Germany

 

Project

  • Cyclorama made from OPTITRANS® rear projection screen, 315 ft wide x 30.5 ft high (96 x 9.3 m), backlit by RGB-LEDs.


Project Director

  • Helmut Kotowenko


Client

  • ARRI / RBB

 

Location

  • Berlin / Germany
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Le Rêve Theater
Las Vegas / U.S.A.

 

Project

  • 6 OPTITRANS® rear projection screens for in-the-round aqua theater.
  • Custom-manufactured to simulate curved skylights in dome ceiling.
  • Each screen 43 ft wide x 30 ft high (13 m x 9 m).
  • Supplied Optitrans screen material for mobile, internally lit/projected central globe, 14 ft (4.2 m) in diameter.


Lighting Designer

  • Jules Fisher & Peggy Eisenhauer (2007 re-design)


Project Director

  • Rick Gray


Client

  • Wynn Design & Development

 

Location

  • Las Vegas / U.S.A.
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CARMEN
Open Air Opera
Seoul / South Korea

 

Project 

  • Manufacture of a backdrop made from rear projection screen OPTITRANS®  for the open air opera "Carmen".
  • Dimensions of the projection screen: 100.0 x 20.0 m (328 x 66 ft).

 

Client

  • Beulx

 

Location

  • Seoul / South Korea
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SWR Studios A / B / C / D
Stuttgart / Germany

 

Project

  • Supply and installation in four TV studios of three front/rear TRANSMISSION screens used for diffusion of LED arrays.
  • 51 drapes in black CLIVIA 600; 51 drapes in grey CLIVIA 600

 

Client

  • MCI Studio Hamburg
  • Despar Systeme AG

 

Location

  • Stuttgart / Germany