14 Conference Production ----- Stage Sets & AV White Cyc Single Screen A single screen made with white lycra fabric stretched between frames on either side and underneath. This fabric is suitable as an additional projection source for images, gobos, and creative lighting … the look is limited only by your imagination! White Cyc Double Screen A more basic version of the previous set, but using two projection sources either side of a large white cyc. Again, the white fabric is ideal as a projection surface. Curved Set Flat panels placed at an angle can easily create a curved set. Specially designed and built, multi-height circular decks complement the semicircular look. Trilite surrounding a central screen above the set, and a lectern made of Trilite complete this modern look. Wide Screen Any screen 9’ x 16’ or larger is considered a ‘wide screen’. Besides the ability to enhance the set in any large room, wide screen is impressive and allows several projection sources to be shown at once for maximum impact. For example, one side of the screen can be showing PowerPoint, the other side a film, simultaneously. Mega-Wide Screen An incomparable wide-screen experience to simply blow your audience away. A virtually limitless number of inputs, outputs or projectors coupled with recently developed software enables replaying unprecedented numbers of images from multiple sources in several windows. Latest updates www.direct.motivaction.co.uk For fast free advice call 01438 861 821
Screen of two standard screens to either side of a standard screens have a lit frame surround. look, whilst lighting of flats surrounding the and mood. Screen example but used for a different event. use of different lighting and lecterns set. Screen 0.6m high thrust stage in a traditional dinner There are four branded gobos visible, as well as Large Screen flats of different sizes, with a large central screens are built into the flats on the left and are lit from behind to create a subtle the set. Flats projection screens with blue felt flat surrounds. gaps between screens with branding at the ceiling on opposing walls further brand the hue.