Quasars Vision | Ballons-Vidéo Heliosphère 180° hélium

Quasars Vision | Ballons-Vidéo Heliosphère 180° hélium

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Quasars Vision | Ballons-Vidéo Heliosphère 180° hélium

Ce modèle de sphère vidéo gonflé à l'hélium existe en 2 diamètres : 6 & 10 mètres. Il permet de diffuser des visuels jusqu'à 50 m de hauteur. Vous avez la possibilité de diffuser sur 180° : des enregistrements vidéo (tout standard), des captations live (concert, public sous le ballon, etc.), des diaporamas photos, des animations graphiques (textes, logos, etc.). Plus de visuels et de renseignement sur : www.quasarsvision.com.

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