Solaris from G-LEC , now owned by GLP, comprises 40mm diameter spheres mounted at 120mm centers on flexible rope, providing the possibility of 360° viewing Aimed at entertainment and architectural markets, the ropes can be of any length up to 8m (64 balls) and can be curved or wound into any shape. When a number of ropes are hung at 120mm centers, in line, or in groups, the setup displays pixel-perfect video and graphics, and there is no limit to the number of ropes that can be used in one installation. The system shares the same control and video distribution technologies as G-LEC’s Phantom 30 screens, so users can design an integrated media show using different display elements and textures with a single control and media input.