Ritz Carlton Singapore

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore was designed by the architect, Kevin Roche, who won the Pritzker Prize, with DP Architects. The hotel has a 4,200 piece modern contemporary art collection which includes works by Frank Stella, Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly. The interior design was done by Hirsch Bedner Associates.

The Grand Ballroom is a dynamic, multi-entertainment venue capable of hosting a variety of meetings and events. Boasting three state-of-the-art panoramic LED video walls, intelligent lighting and a superior sound system, this venue allows for visually impactful, multi-sensory and immersive experiences when hosting events, meetings or social celebrations.

20th May 2018, Prestige Solutions had replaced the ballroom’s projector screen into a total length 22, 620mm LED Wall.

The LED Wall is made of three modular high-definition LED screens, which combine to form a video wall measuring a total of 23 m (length) by 4 m (height); and 5760 (length) by 1024 (height) pixels. One centre smart design LED screen on a track system which can be moved forwards or backwards to maximise stage space. Measuring 11 m (length) by 4 m (height); and 2816 (length) by 1024 (height) pixels.

For this project, Ritz Carlton had chosen to use a pixel pitch of 3.9 mm, with a peak brightness of 1000 nits for greater definition and clarity, creating visually impactful presentations with the largest panoramic LED video wall in a hotel ballroom, in Singapore.

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