Sunday, October 9, 2011

Largest LED lights ceiling in the world (The Cinema Center in Busan, South Korea)

The Cinema Center in Busan, South Korea, designed by Wolf D. Prix / COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, the new home of the Busan Film Festival (BIFF), was inaugurated with a grand opening on 29 September 2011. The innovative building combines open space, cultural program, entertainment, technology and architecture in a novel way.

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The roof’s ceiling surface is completely equipped with LED projectors which allows for unique visual spectacles highlighting the Busan Cinema Center. The dynamically illuminated ceiling has a free span of 85 meters and a roof surface of 60 x 120 meters makes the roof the worldwide largest cantilevered roof.

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The LED ceiling light panels can create diverse images. 42,600 separate red, green, and blue colored lights are mounted on the ceiling. The BCC will thus become a landmark building in Busan, providing outstanding lighting effects and fantastic nightscapes.
(Reference:http://www.emiratesweek.com/2011/10/15970)

Comments:
An architectural breakthrough in using LED lightings for the cinema's ceiling. With the ability to create different mood using colours and time lapse, it will heighten the emotional sensation of the visitors.

We can DIY easily in our homes by just using RGB LED strips. With a controller, you can rest assure of creating similar ambient.

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