Milan, 9 December 2019: Sony Professional Solutions Europe has partnered with the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci to bring spectacular images to the public of the New Leonardo da Vinci Galleries, the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci as an engineer and humanist.
Opening to the public tomorrow after 4 years in the making, included is an extensive multimedia set-up developed with the help of 36 Sony laser projectors – VPL-FHZ120L, VPL-FHZ58L, VPL-FHZ66L models, equipped with optics suitable for various installations. In the year that celebrates the fifth centenary of Leonardo’s death, Sony brings the visitors directly back to Leonardo’s Renaissance, reviving his story and creative genius through sensational experiential journeys.
Fabio Mazzurana, Corporate and Education Channel Account Manager, Sony Professional said “Sony is once again the protagonist of a museum installation. The New Leonardo da Vinci Galleries have international visibility and breadth and being a partner fills us with pride. We use our skills, our resources and technological innovations, of which our projectors are permeated, to help visitors experience the exhibition in a truly unforgettable way”.
Sony laser projectors are flexible in installation, deliver stunning image quality, precise colour reproduction and high brightness making them the perfect product to display vibrant artwork. These are crucial features requested by the New Leonardo da Vinci Galleries.
More than 170 pieces in over 1300mq of exhibition, the 36 Sony laser projectors will create a cultural journey of impact through incredible clarity and reproduction of the images to underline the various aspects and research areas that have marked Leonardo’s life: from training in the workshop by Verrocchio throughout his life, going from design to military engineering projects, studies on flight and waterways and even painting and architecture. In this narrative the works are revived and enriched with meaning and emotion, for a universal declination to capture any type of audience, from the most expert to the amateur, thanks to the power of images, transversal and international.