With an 8 x 8 beam projection array on one side and a video display on the other, both mounted on a continuous rotation yoke, the innovative Ayrton DreamPanel Twin made its US dÃ©but in November 2015 as a central component of LeRoy Bennettâ€™s design for The Game Awards, the international video game award ceremony.
DreamPanel Twin is a hybrid luminaire made up of two LED matrix assemblies. The imaging display side of the fixture is a video tile with a 64 x 64 grid of 0.25 W RGB multi-chip LEDS mounted in a new, flat black matte housing that provides superior contrast while minimizing stray reflections from other lights in the rig.
This display solution was developed entirely by Ayrton, with 4096 RGB emitters at a 6 mm pitch. On the flip side, we have a MagicPanel style Beam Projector, fitted with 15 W RGBW Ostar Stage LEDs coupled with 6Âº, 45mm diameter collimators, which achieve an astounding optical efficiency of 85%! The luminaire side is a powerful projection matrix and its resolution is sufficient to display effects, whether independently programmed by the operator or pixel-mapped.