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    Quote Originally Posted by epyn View Post
    Great job,my mate also deals with projectors and i'll show him this vid because he should get inspired a bit
    Thanks, it is pleasant to me.

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    Nice job, projection mapping seams to be growing in popularity faster than laser show, I guess it is also more profitable now that the Laser show business is swamped with cheaper and cheaper laser projectors.

    Maybe Time to re-consider the future




    Quote Originally Posted by oleger View Post
    Christmas decoration of the facade of the building. And the bank's advertising campaign. Projection size 32х14 meters. For projection used 2 projectors for 16,000 lumens.

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    Projection mapping can be astonishingly cheap (compared to what i thought might be involved!)
    I ended up looking at prices for used Sanyo/Panasonic projectors in the 5 to 7k lumens range earlier this year and a pair could be had for under 3000USD.
    Software is also freely available to handle that side of things.
    But, if it is perceived to be expensive (and its mainly the content that is the expensive part) then people will still be able to charge appropriately.

    Unfortunately, cheap lasers (of questionable quality) are the thing that have dropped the laser display business - but the high end work probably still commands reasonable money.
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    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Projection mapping can be astonishingly cheap (compared to what i thought might be involved!)
    I ended up looking at prices for used Sanyo/Panasonic projectors in the 5 to 7k lumens range earlier this year and a pair could be had for under 3000USD.
    Software is also freely available to handle that side of things.
    But, if it is perceived to be expensive (and its mainly the content that is the expensive part) then people will still be able to charge appropriately.

    Unfortunately, cheap lasers (of questionable quality) are the thing that have dropped the laser display business - but the high end work probably still commands reasonable money.
    The high end Laser work rates have fallen considerably in the past 10 years, and this is directly due to the price decreases and power increases.

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    Video decoration for children's Christmas story. Using 3*16 000 lumens projectors.
    Last edited by oleger; 02-17-2016 at 11:09.

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    Beautiful stuff! Was the center one rear projected and the left and right front projected?
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    Mapping on the day of the birth of Tchaikovsky

    4 projectors 16000 lumens and 2 projectors 6000 lumens

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