This is my first post. I am a LED wall guy and can answer questions about that all day but I try to stay away from projectors as they intimidate me a bit haha.
Got a client wanting to spend some money on their office, trying to get it "pop".
They have 2 walls in 2 different parts of the office building.
The rough specs of said walls will be 40 feet wide by 12 feet tall.
I use Resolume for all my LED walls and that software has some Great projection mapping and edge blending tools.
I am planning on getting 2-3 projectors per wall and using a Datapath FX4 to have all the projectors sync'd up as one continues image.
The walls are a dark brick and the client wants to throw images up on the wall to projection map it, in order to bring that wall to life.
I make a ton of content so I can make this happen, but what I have absolutely no idea on is:
How bright should the projectors be? (looking at a 10K Laser projector)
What lens should I use? (looking at a 0.8-1.0:1 lens??)
and at what distance should I put the projectors?
Would 2 work at 20' per projector or would that be stretching the intensity down too much?
This will be in an office building with overhead lights and windows. The projectors will be mounted from the ceiling (about 16-18 feet tall exposed ceiling)
Since there's no screen, how many projectors and how bright should they be?
I would like to keep the cost of the projectors below $20k each. Preferably below $15k as if we have to do 2-3 projectors per wall (4-6 total) that can add up.
And yes I know..... possibly $120k+ just for office bling!!??!! yeah... Wish I had that kind of dough #smh
Thanks for any help you can send my way. Sorry for being a noob at this. More than happy to share Novastar and Resolume with anyone needing it