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14/12/2021

Delta’s Display Solutions Enable 360-Degree Immersive Installation of
“Ukiyo-e Theater from Paris” Exhibition at the Kadokawa Culture Museum in Japan

Delta, a global leader in power management and thermal solutions and pioneer in display technologies, today announced its state-of-the-art display solutions are facilitating a large 360-degree seamless immersive installation of dynamic and enchanting video images for the “Ukiyo-e Theater from Paris” exhibition, held to commemorate the first anniversary of the Kadokawa Culture Museum in the suburbs of Tokyo, Japan.  The aforementioned solution includes over 30 high-end projectors E-Vision 10000 from Delta’s associate company Digital Projection.

Mr. Miyashita, general manager of Kadokawa Culture Museum, remarked, “We chose the E-Vision Laser 10000 series projectors from Delta’s Digital Projection this time because they provide laser light for better stability and reliability while they also support 100V input and offer sufficient brightness and contrast, all essential for projection cases in large venues. Above all, Delta’s team provided fantastic support for our art exhibition”.

Mr. C.H. Ko, executive director of Delta Electronics (Japan), said, “We are honored and truly glad to cooperate with Kadokawa Culture Promotion Foundation and support Kadokawa Culture Museum in the commemoration of its first anniversary. Delta is in fact celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Creating this exquisite immersive installation of Ukiyo-e art with our display solutions has been a rewarding experience as we have collaborated with our partners to preserve these artistic treasures for different generations to appreciate in this memorable exhibition. We look forward to expanding the reach of Delta’s advanced display solutions in Japan to support art exhibitions, sport broadcasting events as well as films with revolutionary images and colors.”

The “Ukiyo-e Theater from Paris” exhibition is being held from October 30, 2021 to April 10, 2022 at the 1st floor Grand Gallery of the Kadokawa Culture Museum in the suburbs of Tokyo, Japan. Over 30 Digital Projection projectors E-Vision Laser 10000 series projectors display 12 different video scenes of traditional and contemporary Ukiyo-e art created by Danny Rose Studio, a digital art creation team in France, over a 360-degree 1000-sqm area with superior brightness, sharpness and color accuracy.

Delta’s display solutions have built a remarkable track record in Japan for over 20 years.  Recent success cases include the Mori Museum in Tokyo, which selected Delta’s 8K projection technology to display AI-based visual art. Moreover, public outdoor viewing by Japan leading broadcasting stations of world-class sporting events, art and culture exhibitions were also carried out with Delta’s 8K projectors.

 

News Source:Delta Electronics, Inc.