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Hi Guys, i need some little help about the project that we might have next month. Its a dome projection (inside the dome). I have a little doubt on the plan i did for a 35m dome projection and need some projection experts to help me solve my problem. Its about the projection for the ceiling of the dome. Im going to use 9pcs of S+20k projectors (portrait position) for the side of the dome, and i will use 2pcs of S+20K for the center top portion (ceiling). Is it going to work using 2 projectors for the ceiling? As per pixelwix lens calculator it can be covered. But my doubt is that is this a proper way to cover the ceiling of the dome? Please check the images for projection plan on the ff links: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ep5xgw7mnlosfdi/TopView.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/rf93x39vffkech4/Ceiling.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/q9aboywn120irhy/1.jpg?dl=0 Thanks a lot guys!
In a exhibition we are going to use several small projectors for making living water og other small discrete effects. In ISE 2015 I recall Dataton used some small projectors that that maybe might meet our needs. I have not much space to use for this projectors, so they have to be small. Which projectors are best to use for my purpose?
I sure wouldn’t want what follows to be viewed as someone trying to tell someone else how to run their business. Lord knows I am in no position to do that! So please consider the following as a mere suggestion or a wish. Anyway, I've been thinking about what prevents me from using Watchout more than I do, and the answer is always the same: the astronomically high cost of high lumen projectors. Why, I would have the city of Austin, Texas, USA simply ablaze with Watchout show after Watchout show, if only I could somehow acquire high lumen projectors. And then I realize that that problem quite likely keeps many others from buying Watchout. So then I ponder to myself, "I wonder if the amazingly sharp minds at Dataton could produce their own high lumen projector that would enable many more prospective buyers to purchase this incredible Watchout product?" Panasonic just came out with one of those lamp-free projectors, but it's only about 3,000 lumens. How about one of those lamp free projectors that is 20,000 lumens strong? Really, if the brain power that produced Watchout could be focused on creating a projector that would work hand-in-glove with Watchout, well, as Louis Armstrong once sang, "What A Wonderful World" this would be. Blackmagic came up with their cinema camera out of the blue, at a reasonable price, and it seems to be quite dazzling and popular. So perhaps the good people at Dataton could set their sights on a closely related product as well.....a reasonably priced high lumen projector that would work well with Watchout! Perhaps some there in Sweden would be willing to reach for the stars? In that regard, I would be freely at your service if there would be anything I could do. Lloyd