Projecting your project…

Video projection is nothing new, but used creatively it can certainly make an impression your audience won’t forget.

Whether it’s projecting a film against a wall for a temporary cinema, on to the gable end of a building for a drive through style movie experience – anything is possible. Eat Audio specialises in 3D visual graphics that come to life so we can provide amazing backdrops to pumping DJ sets, or add something completely new to live band performances. Projection mapping onto the face of buildings is also very easily achieved with years of experience.

Lighten up!

We use two NEC projectors with bulbs that can display stunning images over 12 meters wide. Tied in with two BrightSign video players that utilise DMX protocol, everything is matched up to the light show creating an immersive experience that can’t be matched in Scotland. Here are some ways we have used our projection system in the past:

  • House Music/DJ Events
  • Outdoor Cinema
  • Outdoor Call of Duty Events
  • XB1/PS4 Contests
  • Indoor Cinema
  • Outdoor Drive Through
  • Motion Theatre Backdrop
  • Conference Presentations
  • Live Skype Chats
  • Projecting Sports Events
  • Projection Mapping
  • Church Worship Events
  • Demonstrating Products
  • Bringing Paintings to Life
  • Art to Accompany Music


How it works…

You can’t just use any old projector… we use projectors that output at an astounding 6,000 lumens. When two projectors are stacked and paired together this way they can output at 12,000 lumens.

The projectors are directly tied into the light show using a Guilderfluke DMX device that sends the DMX instructions to a BrightSign media player. These media players utilise SD cards that hold high definition MP4 video images and output them using HDMI. If the light show is blue and red in colour, the media players will select the matching video clip. If the light show is green and yellow, as will be the matching video clip!

If you want to incorporate projection mapping onto a building, all we have to do is identify an appropriate place to set up the projector months in advance. After taking a photo from that same position we can then begin to construct a virtual surface in a PC and develop the graphics before your big event.

Digital Projection

Digital Projection

Projecting your project… Video projection is nothing new, but used creatively it can certainly make an impression your audience won’t forget. Whether it’s projecting a film…