Singapore National Day Parade 2012

NDP 2012

Hexogon Solution Celebrates Singapore’s 47th Birthday With Colorful Projection Of Its Nation Building Journey

SINGAPORE – (August 9, 2012) – Hexogon Solution celebrated Singapore’s 47th birthday with colorful projection at its National Day Parade (NDP). The extravaganza was held at the held at the Float at Marina Bay, a floating stadium comprising a multi-purpose mass spectator event facility and floating stage.

Four Christie Roadster HD18K and 22 Christie Roadster HD20K-J were installed on the floating platform creating a digital floor projection on the stage platform and elevating stage, synchronized with fireworks and other multimedia displays.

Moving away from big mounting structures used in past NDPs, this was the first time that the organizing committee used compact enclosures to mount all the projectors on a standalone single stack. For this setup, the team had to overcome the challenges of air flow, exhaust and cooling of the enclosure without using any large external equipment such as fans or air conditioning. We also paid extra attention to the wind load and resistance that may affect the alignment at heights of eight stories and higher. The weight of the enclosure – which was less than the projector – also posed image adjustment and alignment challenges. “We were particularly selective of the enclosure material used to keep it heat-proof and flame-retardant due to its close proximity to fireworks just two meters away. We are glad that we have overcome these challenges to bring forward the powerful visual display that imprinted the message of ‘Loving Singapore, Our Home’ on the minds of the Singapore population.”

We are proud to be chosen for the visual projection company of the Singapore National Day Parade 2012. As the population celebrated Singapore’s 47th birthday, Hexogon Solution also shared the joy of the celebration with another high profile successful event under our Effects and Technology department.

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