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light projection

The ability to determine the source of a visual stimulus.
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As the sun sets, Jordan's light projection map slowly blurs the existing pattern and warps the shapes into an elegant texture that changes color and reflects a soothing, breath-like pulse.
The theatre sold 200 tickets and the LBT foyer was lit up with fantastic red spot lights and light projection effects.
At Magnolia Audio Video in Canoga Park, digital light projection televisions have been a big seller, with customers asking for delivery in time for the game.
Tenders are invited for Comprehensive Maintenance Of 3 Nos Xenon Search Light Projection Systems At Veer Bhoomi New Delhi in connection with Annual Repair & Maintenance of Sub- Station Dg Set Compound Light At Various Samadhies New Delhi
Inscribed in a delicate, outmoded typeface, white on black, the titles remained on the screen for varying durations, separated by black or white light projection that gave a pulsatile rhythm to the film and enforced the bodily subtext of the title.
Liverpool Small Cinema will be open with screenings of short films of 60 seconds or less, while new non-profit creative community space The Well will open with a hands-on interactive light projection.
While LightNight has been lighting up the city streets since 2010, for the first time this large-scale light projection will take place indoors.
With its opening scheduled for just over a month's time, the hotel is planning to celebrate the launch of the new era for Stanley Dock and acknowledge its past with a stunning light projection bringing back to life the dock's rich history.
BRIGHTEN UP: Light projection on the Oratory, Liverpool Cathedral, St James Mount
Along the Pier Head, the Museum of Liverpool also kept its doors open late and dozens enjoyed a giant light projection on Georges Dock Building of Liverpool faces, old and new.
a large-scale light projection created by new media artist Andy McKeown, which will create a gigantic collective memory of the city.