The last knight flew to Chile aboard an armored Mythos with Goboservice’s new Platinum Gobos. A stellar campaign requested by the Ripley company to launch its new Robot Transformer, The Last Knight, throughout South America starting from the city of Santiago where, on the night of May 18, the “Ripley Transformers Night” took place .
From the Costanera Center, the largest shopping center on the continent, to the Palazzo della Moneda, seat of the Chilean government, the Icardi Service has created ephemeral but evocative scenographies on the most diverse surfaces of the city, projecting the enigmatic image of the gloomy knight together with the logo. corporate. From Victorian-style villas to futuristic skyscrapers with tree-lined avenues to the most diverse public spaces; wherever there was even a simple wall available, the face of the steel knight made its sudden appearance.
The organizers of the initiative succeeded in the challenge whose result was by no means taken for granted. In fact, it is difficult to amaze the inhabitants of Santiago, one of the most modern and lively cities in America, used to living in contact with special effects. But no one expected a hit and run communicative guerrilla action of this magnitude and the effect was disruptive. The images immediately bounced from the streets to social networks with the very popular “Transformers Chile Facebook Group” acting as an amplifier of the event and as a collector of opinions and impressions.
Fans of the mythical “save planet” robots have seen their latest hero even projected onto the clouds. In fact, thanks to the new construction technology used in the Goboservice laboratories for the generation of platinum gobos together with the characteristics of the Claypaky hybrid projector, with its 4 ° -50 ° zoom and short arc lamp, the image was perfectly visible despite being reproduced. on such an impalpable and extraordinary surface.
the Gobos Platinum have withstood the test of the sky, confirming that they are the only discs on the market that can tolerate the very high temperatures generated in the projector without problems. The profile of the robot covered a “sidereal space” without losing quality of projection and sharpness of definition, conforming to the characteristics of the projector capable of generating a dense beam of light that remains parallel for its entire length up to very large distances.