Workbook

UNINDUSTRIA'S PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

Rome, Grand Theatre, May 10 th 2012

More than 2,500 entrepreneurs participated in this public assembly of the Union of industrialists of Rome, Frosinone, Rieti and Viterbo. The works, opened by Unindustria’s President Aurelio Regina, in his last appearance in this role, were attended by the Minister of Economic Development Corrado Passera, the Deputy Minister of Economy Vittorio Grilli, the Governor of Lazio Renata Polverini, the European Commissar for industry and entrepreneurship Antonio Tajani, Rome’s Mayor Gianni Alemanno, Confindustria’s President Emma Marcegaglia and her designated successor Giorgio Squinzi.

Remarkable the intervention of Tecnoconference Europe – Del Fio Group, focusing its project on a giant 21 x 6 metres screen with a bending angle of 45°.

 

 

All this was very important and complex to implement, and required three powerful projectors and a sophisticated module of geometric correction to show perfect images with no distortion.

The projectors were managed by a sophisticated emission direction which, through special graphics processors, created on the big screen “picture in picture” effects between contributions and live images, the latter by a four-camera full HD video direction provided with special optics to make close-ups even from 50 metres and more.

The sound system was composed of two line array last generation clusters with 12 elements each, and allowed, despite the vast size of the theatre (capable of as many as 3,000 seats), to obtain maximum intelligibility and sound quality.

 

 

The multimedia installation in the foyer was impacting too, with a 12 x 3 mt. screen, another 7 x 2 mt. screen and ten 42” monitors on which run brand videos as well as interactive content.

In the crowded press room both video and audio broadcast signals were made available to the major radio and television networks through a complex optic fibre system while in the press room foyer (set up in the balcony of the Grand Theatre) a 2 x 2 mt. LCD wall allowed to follow the works in the plenary.