A combination of found footage, custom animations, live camera feeds, moving screen maps, and LED lights are used to give every set design it’s own unique look and feel. Projections and lights are used to achieve various effects and styles (diagonal scrims and layering can create ‘hovering’ video effects, LED lights make the parts glow, etc.).
The components used to build the Digital Scrim Projection sets can be set up in a variety of different arrangements, so it can be used to compliment virtually any stage size or room layout. The parts of the set can be altered, changing the visual elements between acts, or during the different stages of an event – even as the show is still going on. These ‘morphs’ will serve to create a unique and individual presentation complimentary to each performance. This ‘morphing’ stage concept can also shorten changeover times significantly while adding to the continuity and flow of the entire show, from start to finish.
Digital Scrim Projection set pieces can be used for a variety of purposes other than mapped video projections. They can also be used as tables for equipment, or stands, or racks for lightweight LEDs. They can even be used as barriers to prevent the early acts on a bill from having to perform in front of the headliner’s back-line.