Titan Super Quad projectors light up Open Beatz Festival

GERMANY: Open Beatz Festival is an annual electronic music event in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that features not only a dazzling array of DJs and musicians, but an even more impressive audiovisual experience. It is the only four-day music festival in South Germany and plays host to acts such as Nicky Romero, Lost Frequencies, Sigala and Nero. For the 2016 festival, Bambus Veranstaltungstechnik from Stuttgart was responsible for the sound, light and video technology.

The stage and lighting technology was integrated with a 3D video mapping show that was projected onto a building which measured 50 metres wide and 18 metres high. Only four Titans were needed for this huge 50 x 18 metre video mapping.

Digital Projection’s rental partner, Bambus Veranstaltungstechnik, was tasked with providing enough projection power to map onto the huge construction that formed the centre stage. The requirement was simple: provide ultra bright full HD projectors that were compact enough to be easily positioned in the small projection and control room.

With over 15,000 visitors over four days, the projectors had to be robust enough to provide an amazing visual experience to each and every visitor. The Titan Super Quads yet again proved their flexibility and reliability when used in high profile live events.

The built in warp and blend also ensured that the projectors had the ability to cater for any last minute tweaks that were necessary.

Bambus Veranstaltungstechnik was able to rely on the support of the German distributor for Digital Projection, ETHA International from Urspringen / Würzburg. This meant that they could also fall back on a team of video specialists.

Titan Super Quad
Open Beatz Festival