Winter Lights Interactive Water screen at Canary Wharf
Waterscreen interactive screen at Winter Lights, Canary Wharf
‘Water wall is an interactive installation that explores the relationship of movement shape and sound through the mediums of light and water.
A mist screen transforms water into a canvas for bright projections, allowing movement and sound. The images projected onto the mist screen seemingly float over the surface of the water creating a dynamically changing immersive experience’
GMC new Yukon vehicle launch was held at City Walk Shopping Mall with a huge event including a large water screen which was placed in the lake.
EMF worked with the client to produce video footage to suit. The equipment was supplied from stock in Dubai and the UK. Apart from the water screen element the event was encircled with 8 High powered searchlights and 6 city colors and gobo projectors projecting onto the water between the main shows.
The end of season was sent out with a huge Fireworks show with Fireworks, Lasers, Searchlights, Flames and a huge Water screen. EMF’s large water screen was used to create the Water effect at the spectacular and huge firework displays at Alton Towers Resort over three days for the celebration of the end of Theme Park season. Reported to be the UK’s most spectacular Fireworks show the crowd were treated to a stunning display.
For more information about Water screens go to our Water screen page…http://www.emftechnology.co.uk/water-screens/
Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini present Arsenal’s new Puma kit for the 2014/15 Premier League season
Arsenal have revealed their new Puma kit for the 2014/15 season
Water screen projection show The Thames Puma
Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini present new strip in London
FA Cup holders announced their deal with Puma earlier this year
It has been announced has the ‘biggest deal in Arsenal and Puma’s history’
By CHARLIE SCOTT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 23:00, 10 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:14, 11 July 2014
Arsenal fans that queued outside Puma’s flagship store for hours enjoyed their first glimpse of the club’s new kits as Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini stepped into the front window of the shop wearing the home, away and cup strips.
The Gunners timed their kit launch to perfection. On the same day the club announced the signing of Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona, their kit deal with Puma – worth a reported £30million-a-year – kicked into gear.
Cazorla, Arteta and Flamini were all present at a glitzy unveiling at the Puma store in Carnaby Street, before Arsenal spectacularly unveiled the kits to the public via a 20m high water projection visible from the North Bank of the River Thames, right in front of the London Eye.
See the video:
Arsenal unveil their three new Puma kits for the 2014/15 season
For Audi’s bash in Valencia, Spain a charted plane flew all the crew out for the exclusive party which ended with a stunning Waterscreen display.
Our 20M X 10M Water Screen projection system was used in conjunction with our Christie projectors and EMF temporary power services to showcase the new Audi car.
We have several size Waterscreens available.
All systems have been designed for high quality projection with ease of installation and can be supplied for sea water or fresh water use- as floor mounted, floating units or suspended from barges.
Waterscreens are a completely different way of using an expanse of water to create a stunning effect for Product Launches, Theme Parks, Promotions, event and Innovate advertising.
The Water screens are created from Water being pumped under high pressure to create a semi-circular screen which is semi- transparent and ideal for projection.
Water screens are ideally sited in lakes, rivers the sea or in a bespoke basin supplied as required.
Projections on Thames mark Olympic handover from London to RioTuesday 14 August 2012London SE1 website team A water projection on the Thames – designed to be viewed from the South Bank – marked the handover of Olympic host city status from London to Rio de Janeiro. Monday nights show started with an image of a globe coming out of the water and also featured scenes of beach volleyball, football, an art gallery, Brazilian cultural festivities and the Christ the Redeemer statue amongst other activities tourists can experience when visiting Brazil. It ended with the strapline: “Thank You London… See you in Brazil. Come celebrate life”.”Following the closing ceremony in London, the eyes of the world are now turned towards Brazil,” said Marcelo Pedroso from EMBRATUR, the Brazilian tourist board.”The large sporting events are unique opportunities to transform or reinforce the image of the country in many aspects, and we hope the broad exposure will attract new tourists and take Brazil to a new level of importance in global tourism as a whole.”
EMF produce a monumental Waterscreen Projection at Drayton Manor Park.
The award winning attraction Drayton Manor Park had its 60th Anniversary celebrations with a spectacular firework and laser display.