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G-LEC Remains One Step Ahead
As the originator of transparent imagery in LED lighting and effects, G-LEC has always remained one step ahead. To reaffirm this, at PLASA 2006, they introduced their new fibre-optic based data transfer technology, 100 times faster than existing copper wire cabling.
This new technology, plus upgraded software, has been integrated into the company’s PhantomFrame system, the new system being called G-LEC Phantom II.
The technology gives such fine control over the graphics that images are rendered pixel-by-pixel, enabling curves to appear as true curves, instead of being pixellated. For most occasions such accuracy is not necessary, but it is vital for many corporate identities. Graphics such as circular logos - VW, BMW - are represented with crystal clear precision.
The high speed data transfer technology also opens up the way to build much larger systems and special constructions: a fixed architectural installation of say 700 sq.m is not out of the question.
Flexibility has always been the key to product development at G-LEC and such is the range of products now available that the company is able to respond to almost any design request, no matter how obscure or off the wall! From large scale rental projects, such as the Winter Olympics and the recent Volkswagen IROC world première, to relatively small scale television studio sets, and custom architectural projects such as the façade of Casino Lisboa in Portugal, there is a G-LEC solution to the design challenge.
15th September 2006
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