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FogScreen features breakthrough projection technology

FogScreen is a fascinating projection technology that uses tap water and ultrasonic waves to create a thin curtain of "dry" fog that serves as a translucent or fully opaque projection screen. Find out more in this image gallery.
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By Ken Keesling, Contributor on
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FogScreen is a fascinating projection technology that uses tap water and ultrasonic waves to create a thin curtain of "dry" fog that serves as a translucent or fully opaque projection screen. Find out more in this image gallery.
Read an exclusive interview with FogScreen's President of US Operations, Jorden Woods.
Image © FogScreen 2007. Used with permission.
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Since its public debut at the Turku Science Fair in 2002, FogScreen has been featured by NBC, CNN, Wired Magazine, Lighting & Sound, and Discovery Channel, amongst others.
FogScreen has also won awards from InnoSuomi, IST, Plasa, LavaVirtual, and TESA as well as the Bottom Line Design Award and the Club World Award.
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The FogScreen Inia creates a screen 2 meters (79") wide and 1.5 meters (59") high.
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The FogScreen One creates a 1 meter (39") wide and 1.5 meter (59") high screen, but can be seamlessly linked with other One units to create a screen of unlimited width.
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2 One units linked together to create one larger screen.
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With the Interactivity Add-On you can:
- Write and draw in the air
- Operate your computer by just touching the air
- Create interactive kiosks
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To create an atmosphere of exitement, the BOX nightclub in Belfast, Northern Ireland projects images from crowd scenes to waterfalls onto the FogScreen they use a their entrance. Every customer has to walk through the "dry fog" to enter the club.
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The Bud Light Maxim Exposure Tour used FogScreen in 45 cities across the US.
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FogScreen was positioned at the entrance to the Playboy Super Saturday Night party in Miami, Florida. They projected a custom video loop of moving bunny logos.
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The audience was surprised to see Nikolay Tsiskaridze as Blue God appear through the waterfall projected onto a FogScreen.
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The organizers of the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 used FogScreen in their live televised finale to project visual effects that the camera could then float through.
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Cirque du Soleil uses FogScreen in the entrance to their Bar at the Edge of the Earth on Celebrity Cruises to create a magical atmosphere.
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Dubai-TV talk show host Nashwa Al Ruwaini loves the unique look FogScreen gives her set.
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Organizers of A night out at the Ochsner's, Awards Event projected alternating images of the award statue and a medal that was given to staff that worked through Hurricane Katrina onto a FogScreen placed at the entrance to the event.
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On the Choice Wintercruise flames, bond girls and gun barrels etc. were projected onto the FogScreen to create an atmosphere of action.
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The FogScreen also doubled as an informational sign on the Choice Wintercruise.
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Georg Jensen used FogScreen to create excitement about their new diamond jewelry collection at the New York Fashion Week.
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FogScreen really drew people into Metso Endress Hauser's booth at Infratech.
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Nokia also FogScreens at both entrances to their booth at E3 2006 to draw people in. Notice how the images seem to float in midair.
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Ford set up a FogScreen between two cars at the Rally Expo 2007 in Finland to demonstrate their slogan, "Feel the Difference."
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Palais de la découverte used a rainbow projected onto a FogScreen as an entrance to their exhibit on light.
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Playing with the FogScreen at Palais de la découverte without the rainbow projection.
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Visitors to the light exhibit at Palais de la découverte enjoyed having their picture taken walking through the FogScreen.
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The FogScreen is used as an effect in the "Waters of the World" exhibition of the National Museum of marine Biology and Aquarium. The FogScreen is installed in the "The Octopus, in the waters of the World" section of the exhibition.
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At a corporate event Telefonica held for their customers, speakers entered and exited the stage through the FogScreen.
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Two FogScreen Inias were used as an entrance to a charity event held at the MGM Grand casino in Las Vegas in November 2006. The guests entered the event walking through the screens.
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On a promotional tour for their new movie Enchanted, Disney used FogScreen to create a real-life Wishing Well.
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The Linnanmäki amusement park in Helsinki, Finland used FogScreen to update their Ghost Train ride. Here you can see a bear "attacking" where the riders are coming through.
Image © FogScreen 2007. Used with permission.
Read an exclusive interview with FogScreen's President of US Operations, Jorden Woods.

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