|New TV sets with Stark|
For the third consecutive
year, the “cult” television program Che tempo che Fa has
chosen the multiprojection concept to create its architectural set.
Using 11 Stark projectors, Paolo Buroni
has created a full-immersion setting of graphically processed clouds.
The goal was to create a floating sensation throughout the studio. This
effect was obtained by projecting overlapping images on the background
walls as well as on the floor all around Fabio Fazio and his guests.
By programming the Stark projectors using the special scrolling function,
the effect of slowly moving clouds was created, an effect which had
already characterised the program last year. But this time, the effect
is much more striking and accentuated. Director Duccio Forzano also
wanted a colour variation in the clouds accompanying the talk show to
create a dawn to dusk effect. In order to created this effect, processes
on the edge between photorealism and theatricality were used for the
photographic configuration, resulting in a magnificent scenic effect.