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An Olympic-worthy Performance

ATLANTA—The PSAV team at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta put together an Olympic-themed event for the Northside Hospital here and received rave reviews from the client and attendees.

PSAV’s Director of Event Technology Paul Meder, Assistant Director of Event Technology Bryan Beauchamp and Event Technology Specialists Kyle Means, John Wall, Mark Vaccaro placed screens throughout the room to create the look Olympic rings and projected the client’s presentation on there.

To create the look, they used five Scenic Elements by MOSS, five NEC 550w projectors, six Color Force LEDs, 20 Chroma Q color blocks, 80-foot of truss, 60 pin spots, an Image pro and a Leper ion 612.


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