Colorado’s OpenStage Theatre & Co. have given Shakespeare a whole new look – all thanks to animated projections.
Their performance of Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ relies on digital technology to create a ship, a storm-scape and an island backdrop quickly, easily and with no mess.
Price Johnston, projection designer for the show, told the Coloradoan.com: “I jumped at the fact that it was ‘The Tempest'”. He said that the fantasy tale works perfectly with the magic of digital projection.
Running until 26 April at Lincoln
An ultra short throw projector, aimed squarely at making multimedia presentations in small classrooms much easier, is the latest release from projector brand, BenQ.
The MX800UST projector has been optimised for use in small environments with big picture needs, such as seminar rooms for small classes. The model is capable of generating 78-inch, whiteboard-sized images from a distance of just 48 centimetres.
This is enabled through the use of BenQ's unique aspherical lens projection design, which has been specifically and intricately developed for such purposes. The projector