Hal Eagar works in NYC Downtown theatre as a computer programer. Hovering somewhere between Artist - Technologist - Designer he enjoys making "things" even if those things are as intangible as digital media-scapes and edgy theatre no one will ever get to see. I have made some tangible things in, two cute children, and since they take up a lot more of my time and my mind, and there are people who want to read about them they have taken over the blog just like they take over everything else :)
Jun 5, 2005
I've been using this great thing called MediaBeam in most of the theatrical projects I'm working on lately, It's more a concept than a product, I've got a couple of different working versions with different features. If you've got a project that you think could benefit from the Media Beam then contact me. The basic features are a Projector, and a Robotic Mirror (DMX controlled) which allows me to move the projection around the space and project on multiple screens and objects with one projector. The system I am using is made up of a Projector $2000, a PC with a good Graphics card $1000, a DMX mirror $300-$800 and a DMX interface $400. So for about $4000 I have a system that works like a $50,000 commercial product, which makes it very accessible to small theatres.
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