Beginning December 2023, London’s Lightroom will host an immersive experience titled ‘The Moonwalkers’.
This captivating display provides a distinctive viewpoint on the Apollo lunar missions from the 1960s-1970s, enhanced by 28 cutting-edge Panasonic 3-Chip DLP projectors.
Showcasing recently remastered photographs of the Apollo missions, 14 Panasonic PT-RQ22K 3-Chip DLPs are used for the space’s walls, with their pixel-quadrupling technology producing incredible 4K+ visuals at 20,000 lumens.
Out-of-this-world effects from challenging angles are achieved through the RQ22K’s full lens shift capabilities, enabled by a 360-degree installation through any axis, and Panasonic’s Ultra Short Throw (UST) lenses on many of the projectors.
Lightroom has also deployed 14 Panasonic PT-RZ12K 3-Chip DLP projectors that project 12,000 lumens onto the floor, creating an all-encompassing experience that transports visitors to the lunar surface.
Lightroom’s CEO and producer of The Moonwalkers, Richard Slaney, said: “Lightroom’s mission is to create new kinds of experiences with the world’s greatest creative voices, using ground-breaking technology to tell stories for everyone.” The tech deployed for The Moonwalkers clearly helps to achieve this goal, providing solutions that are just as inspired as the venue itself.