Water screen Projection for Audi, Valencia, Spain.

Waterscreen

Waterscreen Projection Show for Audi in Valencia, Spain

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.

Audi Water screen projection

Water screen projection

Audi Waterscreen projection

Audi Waterscreen projection

Audi Water screen projection show

Audi Water screen projection show

Audi Waterscreen projection show event

Audi Waterscreen projection show event

 

Waterscreen Projections on Thames mark Olympic handover from London to Rio

Waterscreen

Waterscreen Projection on The Thames for Olympic handover to Rio

Waterscreen Projection London

Waterscreen Projection London

Water screen projection on The Thames

Water screen projection on The Thames

Water screen projection on The Thames

Water screen projection on The Thames

Water screen projection on The Thames

Water screen projection on The Thames

 

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.”

via Projections on Thames mark Olympic handover from London to Rio [14 August 2012].

Searchlight for BBC Sculpture

BBC Light sculpture searchlight

BBC unveils memorial to journalists killed in action

Mon, 16 Jun 2008

A light sculpture, dedicated to the memory of journalists and news staff killed in the line of duty, is being unveiled tonight in London by the BBC.

Designed by Catalan sculptor Jaume Plensa and BBC Broadcasting House architect Sir Richard MacCormac, the 10m-high glass and steel construction entitled ‘Breathing’ will be uncovered for the first time by the secretary-general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon.

‘We hope this poignant memorial will serve as a nightly reminder of the sacrifice made by many in the cause of free expression and journalism,’ says BBC director-general Mark Thompson.

Situated on the roof of the new wing of Broadcasting House in Portland Place, London W1, it is designed in the form of a giant listening glass and its light beam will extend 1km into the sky.

Every night the sculpture will be illuminated for 30 minutes, in tandem with BBC’s ten o’clock news bulletin.

More than 200 reporters have lost their lives since the start of 2007.

Jaume Plensa was responsible for the Crown Fountain – a public sculpture in Millennium Park, Chicago – and also created a sculpture called Dream in Merseyside for Channel 4’s Big Art Project

Emma Germain via BBC unveils memorial to journalists killed in action | News | Design Week.

Flame effects & lighting for Battersea Park Firework Night

BATTERSEA PARK LIGHTING AND FLAME SHOW

BATTERSEA PARK LIGHTING AND FLAME SHOW

Fire Breathing Vulcans our 8m DMX kerosene stage flame effects choreographed to music and fire works accompanied 8kw search lights and architectural outdoor lighting to make this years Battersea Park Festival of Fire Works a memorable event.

BATTERSEA PARK SEARCH LIGHTS AND FLAME SHOW

BATTERSEA PARK SEARCH LIGHTS AND FLAME SHOW

Water screens At Walton Hall

Water screen

Water screen Magic at Walton Hall

Water screens for “MITIE’S GOT TALENT”, EMF Technology supplied a 12m high x 22m wide water screen complete with two doubled 20k Christie Roadster projectors for perfect projections.

Waterscreen Show at Walton Hall for 'Mities Got Talent'

Waterscreen Show at Walton Hall for ‘Mities Got Talent’

Waterscreen Show at Walton Hall for 'Mities Got Talent'

Waterscreen Show at Walton Hall for ‘Mities Got Talent’

Searchlights for Thames Festival!

Searchlights for Thames Festival!

Searchlights for London's Thames Festival

Searchlights for London’s Thames Festival

EMF light up the sky for the 2009 Thames Festival with 8 x Ireos 8kw Space Cannon  Search Lights. The search lights were towed up The Thames on a huge pontoon to London Bridge where the Thames Festival celebrations take place and were used for the run up to the grand finale before the fireworks were launched.

Waterscreen on The Thames for Watchmen: Dr Manhattan rises out of The Thames, London.

Water screen

Water screen on The Thames for Watchmen: Dr Manhattan rises out of The Thames, London

Waterscreen Projection onto The Thames for The Watchmen Premiere

Waterscreen Projection onto The Thames for The Watchmen Premiere

A 70-foot high image of the comic book character Dr Manhattan appeared out of the Thames last night using the world’s biggest water screen projector.

Dr Manhattan, the blue skinned, super-powered being beloved of all Watchmen fans towered above the crowds who’d gathered on the river bank in central London to see the event.

Waterscreen Projection onto The Thames for The Watchmen Premiere

Waterscreen Projection onto The Thames for The Watchmen Premiere

The water screen was moored in the middle of the Thames between the London Eye and The Shell Building to create an vertical screen of water that extended to 72 feet in height and 100 feet across.

Specially created Watchmen footage was projected onto the screen to show Dr Manhattan’s gigantic translucent and shimmering form.

The one-off spectacle was created to promote the big screen adaptation of the 1986 comic book series Watchmen.

 

Waterscreen Projection onto The Thames for The Watchmen Premiere

Waterscreen Projection onto The Thames for The Watchmen Premiere

11:53AM GMT 05 Mar 2009

via Watchmen: Dr Manhattan rises out of Thames – Telegraph.

Flames and Searchlights for Australia Film Launch, Leicester Square.

Flames and Searchlights for Australia Film Launch, Leicester Square.

Searchlights Leicester Square Premiere of Australia, London

Searchlights Leicester Square Premiere of Australia, London

EMF at the movies again…

With special animated flame effects and super powerful 8kw Space Cannon Search Lights lighting up the London sky iwht accompanying stage flame effect systems running accross the canopies The Odeon, Leicester Square, London.