does the animation move all the time?
The imagery can be still, or moving - whichever and whenever you want it to! Paul has total control over the animation of the imagery, and can slow things down, speed them up, make them flash, spin, pulse, fade in or out - however you want your environment to compliment and support what's occurring at your event.
does my venue need white walls?
White walls or surfaces are ideal, but even lightly colored walls and ceilings work great! Additionally, whatever fabric accents or drapery you have in your decor are perfect surfaces to project on. Imagine all your white table cloths being filled with animated flowers, and a starry night on your ceiling!
Here is a growing list of venues that would be great for Future Projections
I don't want a full design - will fp just do an accent?
Absolutely! We're happy to just be one of many vendors providing your event decor. We can create a special environment just for dancing, and work with the DJ to match the music. We can create special effects for an Auction, with item and company logos. We can create special effects to accompany buffets that are near a wall surface, or on the dining tables that compliment center pieces. We can simply project on the ceiling alone, creating a canopy of gorgeous imagery overhead. Just let us know what your needs are, and we will have plenty of ideas on how to make your event like no other.
are there stands and cables all over?
No! Ideal locations for projector stands are against a wall, as far from the "action" as possible. Each projector stand has a cable running to a tablet nestled underneath the stand, so there are no cables running across the floor. We work to keep all the gear as invisible, and out of the way as possible.
Do the projector lights get in people's eyes?
No! Not any more than standard event lighting. The great thing about Future Projections animation software is that where there isn't an image, there isn't any light being projected. And, if say a specific table has light sensitive guests, or the bartender is in the line of projection, Paul can simple move the image subtly and carefully out of the way of people's eyes. It's a great technique for live events with lots of guests!