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TEMPEST KEEPS TECH COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED WITH BLIZZARDCOOL

Tempest, leader in outdoor projector enclosures, will launch its BlizzardCool technology – a dedicated active cooling unit. Designed for use in Tempest’s popular Blizzard outdoor projector enclosures, BlizzardCool will keep projectors operating at an optimal temperature in even the hottest conditions, protecting projection investments. The sealed, closed-loop system allows more outdoor audiovisual projects to take advantage of sensitive laser projection technology, and can be used for applications including video mapping, attractions, advertising and cinema.

CASE STUDY: TEMPEST HELPS MAP UNIQUE ART EXPERIENCE AT KUMAMOTO STATION

Tempest has helped to enable an eye-catching projection mapping installation at Kumamoto Station in Japan. At ‘Aso Caldera Hike’ near the busy station, visitors were able to walk through the representation of a circular caldera – a large volcanic crater – and experience a spectacular show of light and imagery in a unique relaxation spot in the city. A custom Tempest Cyclone outdoor projector enclosure installed high up on a nearby building balcony protects a Barco UDX-4K32 projector with a Dynamic Projection Institute Mirror Head, enabling mapping coverage of the entire caldera. The project was carried out S.C.ALLIANCE, with technical direction from BASSDRUM.

TEMPEST DELIVERS ZEN AND THE ART OF NOISE ATTENUATION

Tempest, leader in projector enclosures, has improved and expanded upon its range of Zen hush projector enclosures, delivering optimal cooling, enhanced noise attenuation and a new touring theatre model. Zen is the world’s quietest indoor projector and the only truly professional grade standalone hush box, making it ideal for use in any noise-sensitive indoor space, such as presentation suites, digital cinema, live theatre and concert venues.

CASE STUDY: TEMPEST PROTECTS AT SOUTHBANK CENTRE ART MAPPING EXHIBITIONS

Tempest Typhoon enclosures have been used to enable a string of outdoor projection mapping exhibits at the Royal Festival Hall, in London’s prestigious Southbank Centre. A total of three Tempest Typhoon outdoor projector enclosures – supplied by KSO AV – have been used to protect Panasonic PT-RZ31K projectors, which have projected a host of exhibits onto the building façade. The projection has been accompanied by a host of other creative uses of illumination to bring an uplifting experience to the surroundings for visitors to enjoy throughout the past year.