Water Effects for 3D-like Laser Show
Show lasers generate exciting illusions when combined with water effects. The light refraction in the water drops give a vividly impression and suggest kind of tree-dimensional projections.
There are several water effects solutions, that all work in different ways:
Water screens are ususally used to project on with video and/or lasers. There are also solutions that use the water screen as effects element itself, however this is a very rare kind of application.
More advanced water screen solutions are graphics capable themselves, meaning the water drippling from the single nozzles can be controlled to generate text or patterns of water falling from top to bottom. Together with lasers this creates amazing effects!.
Water shields are perfect surfaces to project large scale video and laser images on. As they can spread up to 70m width (depending on the model type), they are used for large scale multimedia shows. The advantage of water shields over solid projection surfaces is the ability to suddenly emerge on a stage or scene and disappear the same speed. The surface refracts the light in a way that a 3D-like effect arises.
Nearly every larger multimedia show uses water shields as temporary projection screens.
Water fountain, water jet
Water fountain effects can perfectly be combined with lasers:
As they generate a lot of spray, the laser beams can be easily visualized in a certain area. They can also emphase the water column by projecting patterns or color elements onto it.
A special jet nozzle together with a strong pump generate the water fountain effect. The possible maximum height of the fountain depends on the diametre and shape of the jet nozzle as well as on the power of the pump.
Water sprout fountains
Water sprout fountains consist of a line, circle or other skhape of nozzles in certain distances to each other, which are attached to the main water supply that comes from the pump. Depending on the pump strength and the nozzle size it is possible to create complete water walls from bottom upwards or slightly dense water effects that lasers can project on.
Video projections on water sprout fountains usually make no sense, whereas lasers can generate astonishing effects.
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