Visual Focus has added two matched Epson EB-L1505 projectors fitted with short throw lens to its extensive list of equipment for hire.
These large-venue Epson laser projectors meet a growing demand from major events, professional theatres and touring stage productions to integrate new technologies such as projection into their presentations and theatrical work.
The projectors are available for hire with Visual Focus operators or as a dry hire to approved theatre and event technicians and managers.
Event and theatre design teams have taken advantage of the improved technology choosing integrated projection to bring a wow factor to their presentation.
The matched set of Epson 12,000 lumen laser projectors are ideal on stage, due to their quiet operation, combined with a laser light source and 3LCD technology for powerful, uncompromising images.
The sleek, black laser projectors support full HD 1080p resolution and feature native WUXGA performance with Epson’s 4K Enhancement Technology.
For high quality performance and reliability at live events and theatre, the twin projectors can be stacked to duplicate images increasing brightness and providing a fail safe to backup a rare malfunction mid-production. The laser lamp source builds on reliability with virtually maintenance-free operation up to 30,000 hours.
These 12000 lumen laser projectors offer dynamic projection capabilities with advanced built-in edge blending, image warping and curved-surface correction technologies for a variety of applications. Visual Focus supply the projectors in road cases and can add purpose built mounting frames for rigging. The projectors operate with full 360-degree installation flexibility including landscape or portrait modes.
Recently, Visual Focus proved the new projection system live on stage, delivering projection technology to specification for the Empire Theatre’s 2017 major production of Wicked. The Empire’s production included video design work by Optikal Bloc’s Craig Wilkinson complementing the creative set designed by Josh Mcintosh with production management and lighting design by Timothy Panitz.
Stage images by Craig Wilkinson Optikal Bloc and behind the scenes by Ruth Atkinson Visual Focus.