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Discussion in 'Multimedia, Projection, and Show Control' started by peacefulone61, Feb 16, 2017.
I was wondering if anyone has ever had success fun projecting onto a black scrim
It's a little hard to tell with the blue downlight but I'm pretty sure that's a black scrim. The blacks look pretty black but then again, it's all relative. A lot depends on the effect you're trying to achieve.
It was a 3500lm Eiki, IIRC, about 15 or 20 ft DS of that scrim, flown from the grid, and driven by Qlab3 on my MacBook Pro. It worked out quite nicely, though the designer wasn't quite as careful with luminance on the first pass through the images; a couple of them, we had to tweak so they didn't drop out where he didn't want them to.
I've done front projecting on black scrim. I had to use a black curtian upstage of it to prevent light bleed. The colorś are not as bright.
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