For the building projection onto Nelson’s column 2 new 20,000 Lumen Christie Projectors were used.
Chinese New Year 2014 Projections and Searchlights
Four massive 8KW Searchlight beams filled the sky in Trafalgar Square for the final celebrations of the day for the Chinese New Year – Year of the Horse 2014, and the famous Nelson’s column was lit up with projection mapping with Chinese designs and horses sprinting to accompany the fireworks.
Xin Nian Kuai Le – Happy New Year to all our Chinese friends!
Battersea Park Fireworks Show 2013 with Massive Flames, projections & searchlights
Our high powered Searchlights drew the public in to this years Halloween themed event which went down a storm with the massive Flame systems topping the Scull Burning Pyrotechnics and scary projections on the trees to accompany the magnificent Firework Display.
Searchlights for Arsenal Stadium
Searchlights were called in to support Arsenal against Munich Bayern’s Champions League game.
6 high powered Searchlights were used around the stadium shining high into air. Each searchlight has a high powered 8000kw xenon lamp which creates a beam up to a mile high in the sky – so high we always get CAA approval to use the lights!
Search light Beacons used for Croydons Diamond Jubilee celebrations
Croydon prepares to celebrate the diamond jubilee
Thousands will take to the street this weekend to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee.
Croydon Council has received more than 130 applications for street parties; including 94 road closure requests and more than 20 applications to hold parties in parks and green spaces.
Every school in the borough will be planting a tree in her honour and Wandle Park has been nominated to become a designated Queen Elizabeth II park, to preserve it for future generations.
Search light beacons will also light up the evening sky in Norwood Grove, in the north of the borough, and at Coulsdon Memorial Park in the south.
11:30am Wednesday 30th May 2012 in News By Nick Hitchens
Giant Olympic Rings Unveiled at Birmingham Airport
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24 April 2012
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Birmingham Airport has unveiled the Olympic Rings on its Air Traffic Control Tower to celebrate the London 2012 Games.
Birmingham is the first airport to showcase the rings, which will welcome thousands of fans to the UK over the coming months.
The rings, which have been privately funded by Birmingham Airport, were launched at a special event hosted by radio presenter Joanne Malin and was attended by Olympic and Paralympic Gold medallists Edwin Moses and Lee Pearson.
As part of the Olympic extravaganza, spectators were treated to performances from a string quartet from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, as well as London 2012 Cultural Olympiad project Dance Sansaar, a local Punjabi folk arts group.
Paul Kehoe, Birmingham Airport CEO said: “The Olympic Games are for the entire country, not just London. Every visitor, passengers and passerby will see our welcome spectacular and we’re really proud to be part of such a historic occasion.
World Heritage Site Projections
World Heritage Site Projections – Ironbridge Gorge Festival Celebrations 2010!
EMF Light Up Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site for their annual celebration, with large outdoor building projections and stunning lighting effects across the town from the famous bridge to the Museum celebrating the birthplace of Industry and all World Heritage sites.
Transporting equipment far out into the dessert by army helicopter – EMF Light Up Omans World Heritage Site at the Salahah, with massive outdoor projections onto the mountains and stunning Space Cannon searchlight effects.
EMF’s 8KW Searchlights brought Ironbridge to life in a myriad of colours for the start of East Shropshire’s celebrations in the run up to the 2012 Olympics. The searchlights were part of a huge spectacular sound and light extravaganza – EMF called upon by with Stage Electrics Bristol.