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Fila Church puts on a show with Supernova

Fila Church puts on a show with Supernova

Fila Church puts on a show with Supernova

Finland:

Located in the vibrant downtown area of Helsinki, Fila Church has a stage with modern light and sound equipment – and a big screen so everyone in the church can enjoy the show. Due to the bright stage light, the projection screen often struggled to display high-quality images. Fila Church turned to Valkokangasnet Oy, a specialist in Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) displays, for advice.

“Fila wanted help finding the solution that provided best value for money and could meet three basic requirements: large image size, high resolution and the ability to reject high levels of stage light during concerts and events,” says CEO, Tapio Touru. “In such a case, LED is an obvious, but also expensive, solution. Fortunately, there are alternatives that provide near-LED contrast at a more attractive price: optical ALR projection screens with built-in contrast filters.”

Valkokangasnet Oy began by measuring the light levels in the church: 60 lux on the screen and 300 lux on the floor in front of the stage. Based on these light levels, it was able to calculate the screen contrast and projector brightness for a display in this specific environment. As a result, a dnp Supernova was chosen to deliver the required contrast and black levels.

“Seeing is believing. As the final step, we conducted a live demo so that the customer could see the actual difference between a traditional screen and a dnp Supernova display. The difference was striking and, although the dnp screen was more expensive, there was no doubt that the quality difference was too impressive to be ignored,” explained Touru.



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