Epson brings the Light(Scene) to Sydney club

Epson was on hand to provide a project solution for a significant renovation at one of Sydney’s bigger clubs.

The Liverpool Catholic Club in the western suburbs was looking for a theatre and cinema solution and, ultimately, chose an Epson LightScene projection solution off the back of a suggestion from its AV supplier IPG.

The club purchased six LightScene projectors to light the theatre’s walls with clever designs including some rare unique stained glass window images.

The club’s admin and IT manager Gary Parisi says: “We wanted to add something extra in our theatre on the walls. We wanted to use what used to be free space to place everything from company logos, movie posters, advertising through to stained glass effects.”

Epson Australia’s LightScene EV-100 Series is a new type of projector that has been created to blend into the background with a sleek, conventional lighting design. The 2,000-lumen WXGA EV-100 can work as either a projector or a spotlight without distracting viewers from the subject.

The LightScene EV-100’s unobtrusive design is ideal for curated visual environments such as clubs, retail showrooms, shop window displays, museum exhibits and art installations, where minimal visual clutter is key. It can be used to provide information, show video or moving patterns, and even projection map imagery onto small objects.

Gary adds: “There’s a wow factor with LightScene and that is we now have unlimited content that we can project on what were previously unusable walls. As we have the length of both walls covered, it is very impressive when you watch a slideshow projected which tells the story of what is currently happening in the room.”

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