Blitz has a strong reputation of applying its expertise to various different types of events and prides itself on using its own equipment to make each event unique. For Choices for Life, Blitz used three Barco R12 projectors in order to project live images linking acts and venues onto 20 x 15ft screens during the mainland road show and Barco G8 projectors onto 12ft screens when touring the islands.
Douglas Walker from the Strathclyde Police commented: “It was imperative that audience interaction maximised the impact of the show and the projection was a vital component in order for us to achieve this. Blitz has demonstrated that it is dedicated to providing its most advanced equipment to help dynamically engage a challenging audience.”
Nigel Jones of Blitz Manchester said: “We were extremely proud to support the SCDEA and Strathclyde Police this year in such a worthy cause. We have a responsibility to educate the next generation and it was vital that Blitz provided the technology to capture the importance of the message. We wanted to tell a story to the audience and build the excitement through the day by projecting powerful images to help reach the children.”