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Advanced cinema room for 88m explorer motoryacht

Advanced cinema room for 88m explorer motoryacht

10:56 17 November in Uncategorised

Following the successful completion of a major audio visual installation on an 88 metre explorer motor yacht Veritais has just completed a further project on board, that of fitting out the advanced and unique cinema room.

The owner requested a daylight viewable screen, so that viewers could enjoy the outside scenery and the video experience side by side. Veritais was able to source a very high specification daylight readable projector from Runco (pictured bottom), which gives an exceptionally bright result of over 3780 lumens, and has a built in digital controller to enhance 3D performance. The Runco product has been designed specifically to create stunning video at a scale unattainable by other display types.

An exceptional audio playback in the cinema room has been enhanced by using a new Powersoft amplifier to power existing JBL speakers, and a surround processor was installed, allowing for connection of all sources such as Sky, games and Apple TV.
An RTI processor controlled via an iPad app controls the system and is incredibly simple to use. A 7” In-wall touch screen is also there to control the system.

Earlier in the year Veritais completed a ship-wide installation which included a very specific approach to the yacht’s ‘beach club’ entertainment area which makes up the aft deck. The area is prone to wave backwash being only a few feet above sea level, so a totally waterproof solution was provided, to deliver outstanding audio and visual results. This included speakers and amplifiers manufactured from Formula 1 type performance materials and a television screen mounted behind bullet proof glass. Custom built marine hatches were built around each of the components to protect them while at sea.

Originally built in 1969 as a research vessel, the yacht was converted to become a privately owned megayacht with a focus on guest entertainment.

Veritais is a leading global consultancy and supplier of audio-visual systems for luxury yachts based in the UK. David Milner of Veritais explained “No expense has been spared in achieving the owner’s vision of the ultimate experience of watching very high quality media while at the same time appreciating the surroundings. The projector screen is an exceptional high-end product.”
For more information and contact details go to www.veritais.com