Christie® 1DLP® laser projectors are wowing visitors with spectacular visuals at South Korea’s first immersive media art exhibition that celebrates Korean culture, with the nation’s capital selected as its main theme. Titled 2021 Delight Seoul, the exhibition is organized by media production firm Design Silverfish, which has been working closely with Christie since the 2012 Yeosu Expo. As one of the main sponsors of this avant‐garde exhibition, Christie supplied 24 D20WU‐HS 1DLP laser projectors for digital projections in six exhibition zones. The projectors were installed by Christie’s local partner, SNC Alliance Co., Ltd, which also provided technical support for this event. “Korea has some of the world’s best media technologies, but more can be done to share our wealth and culture,” said Gyeong‐tae Hong, CEO, Design Silverfish. “It is therefore timely to showcase our stories by infusing modern technology with rich Korean culture, using Seoul as the backdrop. Ironically, while the world is paying attention to Seoul, it is often overlooked by most Koreans because it is a space that’s too familiar to us. I hope that this exhibition will be an opportunity to look back on our true nature by looking at our history, present, and future.” Dong‐woo Lee, CEO, SNC Alliance, added, “2021 Delight Seoul is an innovative and exciting exhibition that presents realistic content based on Seoul, the dynamic center of Korean culture. We are pleased to deliver digital projections using Christie’s D20WU‐HS laser projectors that produces amazing, true‐to‐life visuals that mesmerizes visitors, enabling them to experience various facets of our beautiful city that are often overlooked. Thanks to the enhanced color accuracy of Christie’s patented BoldColor Technology and WUXGA resolution, the D20WU‐HS projectors are the perfect choice for this event.” Visitors can enjoy amazingly detailed images by the Christie D20WU‐HS laser projectors fitted unobtrusively on the ceiling in six exhibition zones. In particular, six D20WU‐HS projectors are deployed to deliver a slew of beautifully animated content, while panoramic images of famous landmarks in Seoul, such as Gyeongbok Palace, are gorgeously displayed using 10 D20WU‐HS projectors in “The Story in Seoul”.
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