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  Client: Basketball Hall of Fame
  End User: Pioneer Valley Planning Commission
  Project: 2004 Plan For Progress Roll Out
  Date: 09/24/2004
  Location: Basketball Hall of Fame - Springfield, MA
  A 10 year regional economic plan for the Pioneer Valley was launched in a pep rally format, and Zasco Productions was on the job.
  Equipment
Highlights:
  • VIDEO:
    • 2 DaLite Fast Fold 7.5x10 rear projection screens with dress kits
    • 2 Sanyo PLC-XF45 10,000 lumen video projectors
    • 2 Sanyo ultra-short throw lenses LNS-W03 (.8 times the width of the screen throw distance)
    • 2 Genie SLC-18 lifts
    • Extron SGS-408 seamless switching system
  • AUDIO:
    • 5 Shure ULX-PRO UHF wireless microphone systems with Shure Beta87A mic elements
    • 5 station Clearcom intercom system
  • STAGING / SCENIC:
    • 130' black velour drape 16' high
    • 8'x24' SmartStage stage with stairs and skirt
  • LIGHTING:
    • Altman Comet follow spot
  Description:

In service to the Basketball Hall of Fame's internal A/V Department, Zasco Productions supported this event by providing video projection, staging, audio, and scenic equipment.

In particular, Zasco Production met the challenge of conserving space in "Center Court" while still providing rear projection. By using our ultra-short throw lenses, we were able to project an image on a 7.5' x 10' screen using just 8' of rear projection distance. This allowed for optimum screen placement in areas which would otherwise be useless for seating, thus allowing for maximum capacity for the event.

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