Can Event Projection Design our Stage Set?
In short, yes we can!
We can supply off the shelf set panels too which can be a cheaper alternative however the venue’s proportions often dictate that a custom set is more suitable.
Can Event Projection Look After our Technical Production?
We are a Technical Production Company. This means that if you are putting on an event that requires Audio Visual Equipment in any form we can advise and propose solutions for you.
Can I collect from you?
Collection of equipment is available during normal Monday to Friday, 9am – 6pm office hours.
Should I choose a LCD or DLP Projector?
We have both LCD and DLP projectors for hire but it’s a common question; which one is best?
Should I use LED lights?
LED lighting has many advantages over conventional such as far lower power consumption which is very handy if you have limited power. They also give off far less heat than conventional, great if lights are required in sensitive situations. Colour mixing – LED fixtures often use separate RED, GREEN and BLUE LEDs and many have a white or amber which heps to generate pastel colours as well as “whiter” whites.
What brightness of projector should I choose?
At Event Projection, we stock a large range of different projectors for different applications. When choosing a projector, there are several factors to consider;
What can I connect to a projector and how?
You can connect virtually any electronic device that produces a still or video source to a projector or Plasma/LCD display such as a DVD player, laptop, video camera or video games console.
What does ANSI Lumens mean?
ANSI (American National Standards Institute) lumens refers to the brightness of a projector. Fundamentally speaking, the higher the number the brighter the projector. How bright the projector is governs how big a screen it can be used on and/or how much ambient light is bouncing around in the room. If you are projecting onto a 6′ wide screen a 2000 lumen projector should be perfectly adequate even in normal office lighting conditions but if you had a larger screen or much brighter room a more powerful projector would be necessary.
What is aspect ratio?
The Aspect Ratio of an image is the width divided by the height and are expressed as x:y.
What resolution projector/display do I need?
Resolution dictates the definition and detail of an image and refers to the number of pixels in each dimension, horizontal and vertical, that a device can display and is simply the physical number of columns and rows of pixels creating the display (e.g. 1024×768). Various resolutions are typically referred to by standards such as VGA, XGA, etc.