Type of Solution
6 x W505
|Berrylife use modern technology to create unforgettable, intriguing installations. They focus primarily on creative and innovative content.
Berrylife use modern technology to create unforgettable, intriguing installations. They focus primarily on creative and innovative content.
They were given the responsibility of displaying the re-creation of one of the most memorable events in history.
“The Girl in the Diary” is an exploration into the life of innocent Jewish people during a time of Jewish destruction. Optoma were responsible for ensuring the story told in the Galicia Jewish Museum evoked powerful feelings on a large, bold and bright scale.
Berrylife selected 6 W505 ProAV models to best display a powerful, emotive piece of Jewish history.
Optoma’s W505 has superb image quality with full lens shift and reliable colour performance, suitable for any content and environment. From accurate sRGB colours for vibrant, punchy life-like images at 5,200 lumens brightness, ideal for powerfully portraying the moving story.
Galicia Jewish Museum were moved by the positive impact Optoma projectors had made on the overall Jewish exhibition. In addition, Mateusz Kurlit, Chief Operating Officer at Berrylife stated: “We are very impressed with the quality of the W505 Optoma product. We really like its brightness, colour and excellent price/quality ratio. The project needed to be cost-effective and reliable when operating eight hours a day for seven days a week and Optoma provided the perfect solution.”