The final result was simply amazing. Measuring a jaw dropping 5m wide and 2.8m high, the FHD26528 display produced the ‘wow’ factor and now takes centre stage in the foyer. Pau-y Chow commented: “The installation process was a very exciting one for us because it was the first time we saw an LED display of this size being built. We came every now and then to see how the installation was going. Every time we came, we saw an amazing LED display being built.”
Ross Noonan explained: “We have installed a FHD26528 Optoma LED display. This is a 2.6mm, 1080p display. We always try to supply first class technical support so I’ve been working on this project from the beginning up until the final launch event. We have also been on site doing the commissioning, working closely with the Schindler integrators. It’s something Optoma really prides itself on. It doesn’t matter which region we’re working in; we always work as close as we can with our end users and customers. With Schindler, we have a very good existing relationship because they also use our projectors in their DoorShow solution – this LED display is just another step-in taking Schindler into the twenty-first century.”
Pau-y Chow said: “We chose Optoma because Optoma has the best products but we didn’t only choose Optoma for the products, we chose them because of their service and partnership with us. The building is 80% ready, just because we have the LED up and running. I saw it today and I thought ‘WOW’, I’m really excited to show our new re-designed headquarters to our guests and customers."
Pau-y Chow added: “When you look at the LED technology, it’s a state of art. When you come here and see the colours, you get emotions, and these are exactly the emotions we want our guests and customers to feel when they enter into our building.”
For more information regarding the Optoma LED display range, please go to www.optoma.com
The installation of the Optoma LED display was supervised and performed in compliance with the Optoma health and safety guidelines.