TELE LENS MAPPING

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TELE LENS MAPPING

Postby labridis » Thu Nov 17, 2016 3:06 pm

Hi folks,
I have a very interesting upcoming mapping project but there are some serious technical downsides on it. The mapping is supposed to take place on a castle which is on a hill. There is no clean view of the castle or anywhere i could place the projectors close to it. So the only solution is to go far away. But seriously far. The only spot i can put the projectors are at the rooftop of a hotel which is 530 far. The barco calculator gives me a lens (xld 5.5-8.5) which is supposed to be ok with this distance. The projectors i want to use is a double stack of BARCO HDQ 4K35. Has anyone tried this distance before? Is seems a bit scary...

I am attaching the view to the castle from the rooftop i believe is ideal for the mapping which is 530m away.

Thanks in advance,
Giorgos
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Re: TELE LENS MAPPING

Postby sigmasix » Thu Nov 17, 2016 4:29 pm

530 what? feet or meters? if it's feet, it's not that far, it will work
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Re: TELE LENS MAPPING

Postby labridis » Thu Nov 17, 2016 4:40 pm

Sorry sigmasix my bad, it is 530 meters...
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Re: TELE LENS MAPPING

Postby pele2010 » Fri Nov 18, 2016 5:36 pm

Hey ,

can't you build a Tower for the projectors ?
And then give those towers the lock of something else ? (trees, or something that
suits to the castle)

I hope this helps ...

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