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My situation is- an image on the left wall coming from the projector on the right side, and an image on the right wall coming from the projector on the left side. My question is can I criss cross the projection images without affecting the images
Please help me out with my problem
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You should not have any issues with this at all, as long as the projectors aren't in each other's way.
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Quote (AV_Integrated on May 3, 2006 7:23 AM):
You should not have any issues with this at all, as long as the projectors aren't in each other's way.

I take that to mean physically.

I just want to make sure that it wont wash out when they intersect

Thank you
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You don't have to worry. Light waves are invisible energy (i.e. they pass through each other.) It's the same as radio waves. Think of all the different radio stations around, and the fact that multiple stations pass over each other doesn't affect quality at all.
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The only problem is if you use haze(when you can see the beam of light coming out of the projector) in the room like in a show, there will be a brighter spot where they cross. Even this in most cases is not a problem.
[Edited by conference tech on Jul 18, 2006 at 5:01 PM]