Electrosonic has a strong track record of solving even the most difficult projection challenges. These can range from miniature projectors in narrow spaces to the largest multi-screen systems often designed to replace large format motion picture projectors.
Screens can be flat, multi-faceted, domes or even the face of a building, as is done with architectural projection. Front and rear projection can be catered for as can more specialist surfaces such as water screens and Pepper’s Ghosts. Wherever possible Electrosonic will use standard equipment, but we also have a wealth of experience in custom lens design and in the development of new projection techniques for more challenging projects.
3D projection is also an area in which Electrosonic excels, not only having experience in all of the currently available passive and active technologies, but also in the integration and synchronization of these elements with other technologies such as dark rides, motion platforms and special effects (4D theaters).
Project applications can range from simple meeting rooms to the most spectacular theme-park projection and show effects. Electrosonic can also design and supply projection systems for industrial and commercial applications including immersive environments such as domes and Computer Augmented Virtual Environments (CAVEs).
Electrosonic also provides highly customised and technically complex digital planetarium and giant screen cinema solutions - serving a range of digital immersive attractions industries with superior innovation and performance on an international scale.
Recent Electrosonic Projects
Space Shuttle Atlantis
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Nature Research Center
The AV highlight of the Nature Research Center is a massive visual canvas called the SECU Daily Planet, a globe-shaped, immersive multimedia theater structure cantilevered onto the building and spanning the three-story wing with a 40 by 40-foot high-definition screen.
3D Architectural Projection Mapping
Architectural projection mapping is a technique that can turn almost any physical surface into an animated video display. During the 2011 IAAPA tradeshow, Electrosonic presented a spectacular 3D architectural projection display on the side of the Crowne Plaza Universal Hotel.
Charlie Goes HD
Electrosonic delivers a novel high definition projection system to Alton Towers' new attraction