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Arista Corporation and TLC Creative partner to tackle projection mapping challenges

Arista Corporation and TLC Creative partner to tackle projection mapping challenges

Arista Corporation and TLC Creative partner to tackle projection mapping challenges

Arista Corporation and TLC Creative have formed a strategic partnership to address the common challenges with video projection mapping technologies. The partnership will see Arista pair its Video Projection Mapping Turnkey System with the creative expertise of TLC Creative, a company known for pushing the boundaries of entertainment production.

Arista’s Video Projection Mapping Turnkey System is a 4U rack mount computer powered by an Intel Xeon 10-core processor and combined with its ARD-5816 HDBaseT transmitter.

“The creative possibilities for video production made possible by projection mapping technology are pushing the boundaries of art and technology in new directions,” stated Kevin Bilida, TLC Creative’s owner and CEO. “With Arista’s compact and highly capable projection mapping system, much of the guesswork commonly encountered as part of the creative process is minimised. At TLC, we believe this partnership will enable us to take projection mapping to an even higher level and, as more people get exposed to the artistic and technological power of projection mapping, the entire industry benefits.”

Paul Shu, president of Arista Corporation, shares Bilida’s enthusiasm, “Projection mapping offers entertainment and facility design professionals a unique opportunity to take even the most ordinary external building façade or multi-purpose spaces and turn these areas into brilliantly lit, eye-popping environments,” he commented. “By combining the visions of the artistically inclined with our projection mapping system, the results can be visually stunning and foster even greater creativity in the process. All of us at Arista are pleased to be working with TLC Creative to further the unlimited creative potential of projection mapping

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