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.
The EMF team rolled out the big guns for the 6 week Walsall Festival of Light making sure this proved to be the best since the event began. The Team supplied their air injection 25 meter high x 35 meter wide floating waterscreens with DMX inverter start for the Walsall team to project custom artwork onto the massive water screen and using 2 x 15k lumens doubled video projectors to stun the crowds.
Dreamwalk was staged in the sumptuous grounds of Castle Hill, within the Fortescue Estate at Filleigh – the gateway to Exmoor in North Devon by Lighting Designer Dave Byrant for the local North Devon Hospice http://www.northdevonhospice.org.uk.
Water screen Projection
The grounds and house were lit up for night only with a special night walk with the forest as a natural backdrop the audience enjoyed a sound and light experience show to stretch the imagination. In the foreground of the estate a Waterscreen projection show was staged with Searchlights and flame effects.
This was a once-only opportunity to enjoy the spectacle of a LightQuest event in the grounds of this beautiful 18th Century stately house, the country retreat of the Earl & Countess of Arran and her family Castle Hill is not normally open to the public, so this was a really special event.