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Fundaluri din tul - Introducere

 

The effect is obtained by projecting the frame of the TV și the character that circles in the air on two big fundaluri din BGO - Gobelin installed a few meters away from each other.The first is a fundal alb și reacts to the proiecție in quite a sharp way, the second is negru și, because of the grad de absorbtie a luminii of culoare negru, it creates a more evanescent proiecție.In addition, the proiecție reaches it after being filtered through the first fundal.The rearward fundal negru also contributes to reinforce the effect of screening on the first fundal alb, increasing the contrast. Teatro San Carlo, ''Candide''
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The fundal BGO - Gobelin is illuminated here cu roșu light that puts in evidence the painted subjects. Behind the choir, thanks to a albastru illumination, the same zodiacal subjects appear painted on a fundal din ASC600S - Sceno lăţime 600 cm - Ignifugat. The transparenta of the tul creates a auperimposition of the images that have been painted on the two layers. Teatro La Fenice, ''Otello''
Some very representative pictures that illustrate the possibilities of interaction of the tul cu the light.This fundal din BGO - Gobelin here is frontally illuminated și, as it can be noticed, in this lighting situation the tul doesn't give any impression of transparenta, rather, the aspect doesn't differ really much from that of a fundal din ASC - Sceno. Teatro Verdi, ''Madama Butterfly''
Here is the fundal on the stage, cu a use of the light that exploits the characteristics of the fabric in a way that could be taken from a manual.A frontal light aims at the great painted face provoking in this area a screen-effect, that the painted subject underlines reducing at the maximum the transparenta of the fabric.The two characters la stânga, Madama Butterfly cu her attendant Suzuki și the parasols, are standing behind the fundal și they are framed by a proiector that illuminates them in an accented way. Teatro Verdi, ''Madama Butterfly''
This closer view underlines the passage from the illumination of the area behind the fundal to the frontal one.Notice, about this matter, as the stylized Japanese landscape, that can be seen in transparenta, because it is painted on a fundal din ASC1000S - Sceno lăţime 1.000 cm - Ignifugat set behind the characters, dissolves when you move the look towards the big face painted on the fundal, that takes a lumină frontală. Teatro Verdi, ''Madama Butterfly''
Fundal din BGO - Gobelin negru, lățime 16,5 m și înălțime 11,4 m. The symbols of the zodiac have been painted by Paolino Libralato. Teatro La Fenice, ''Otello''
Proiecții on a fundal din BRL - Rexor culoare argintiu. Teatro Regio di Parma, ''La damnation de Faust''
Proiecții on a fundal din BRL - Rexor culoare argintiu. Teatro Regio di Parma, ''La damnation de Faust''
Pentru efecte, decorative si scenografice, cu fidelitate foarte mare.

Datorita gamei foarte largi de produse de tul se poate satisface fiecare nevoie pentru realizarea unui decor deosebit.
Caracteristici
efecte generate de transparenta
efecte originale la proiectiile fata si retroproiectie
receptivitate mare la lumina si iluminare
dimensiuni mari pentru decoruri scenografice
optim pentru pictura

Graficul de culoare

Sharktooth tulleBGO-TulleGobelin980BSU-TulleSupergobelinBGOP - Gobelin Teatro (din poliester)BSUP - Super Gobelin Teatro (din poliester)The rectangular mesh of sharktooth tulle is less deformable and less elastic than those of bobbinet tulle.The polyester composition is more suitable for outdoor use than cotton.
Tul bobbinet BVN - BreraBVE-TulleVenezianoBIT-TulleItalianoBSC-TulleScalaBOP-TulleOperaBRL-TulleRexorLamé850The mesh of bobbinet tulle is endowed with a certain elasticity.
Bobbinet tulle with small mesh and fine wireBCI-TulleCinecittàBMS-TulleMicrostretchBHO-HologramScrimThanks to their extreme transparency when backlighted they are used for holographic projection effects.
Bobbinet tulle made of elastic yarnBSV-TulleSprinklerVDSBEX-ExpancyBMS-TulleMicrostretchThey are often used in exhibition and commercial settings, where they are stretched on special frames to create semi-transparent panels with highly elegant decorative properties.
Fabrics that can be used for projection and transparency effects in imitation of tulleBZT-TulleTramanet34BZQ-TulleTramanet15ASL-TelaScenoLeggera
Tulle - The choice of the meshThe smaller meshes made with a particularly thin wire, such as those of the BCI - Cinecittà and the BHO - Holo Scrim, in situations of optimal lighting are difficult to perceive even from an observation distance of a few meters.From a greater distances, in any case, even the widest meshes built with the largest section wire become invisible, in situations of optimal lighting.Sharktooth type tulles have a slightly deformable structure, while bobbinet type tulles have a certain elasticity even when they are not woven with an elastic yarn.All the meshes, indifferently, are suitable to be painted, the wider ones are more suitable for more evanescent and poorly detailed subjects.For reasons of stability of the structure and of dragging in the printing plotters, the tulles suitable for digital printing are those of the sharktooth type.
Tulle - The choice of the colorWhite is the most reflective and sensitive to variations of chromatic lighting and, when the environment on the public side is perfectly darkened, it is the optimal choice.In such situations, white tulle has maximum reflection when it is illuminated from the front and, in any case, it becomes totally transparent against the light.In situations where there isn't a total control of the lighting on the public side, however, it is more appropriate to use grey or, when frontal light interference is particularly annoying, dark grey (holo grey).In situations of not perfect darkening, grey allows tulle to maintain a better contrast in projection, but it is advisable to use a lighting power higher than that which would be used with white, because a part of it is absorbed.Above all, the backlight transparency effect is more effective because grey collects less frontal light interference.In general, grey is a more versatile choice than white, which allows the use of tulle with optimal performance even when the environmental darkening is not perfect and it is not constant.Black absorbs light, it is normally not used for projection and transparency effects, but to filter the light light or create a separation voile.With black, the projections are not very bright, they are evanescent, dimmed.Despite these apparent disadvantages, black is irreplaceable on certain occasions and is used in a quantity of situations not inferior to those of the other colours.The silver and gold of the BRL - Rexor are used when a particularly high reflection is required and a certain metallic and unnatural effect does not disturb, if it is not even sought after. And, in the case of gold, a certain toning in the colours of the the projection is accepted or sought.
Meshes that can be used for projection and transparency effects in imitation of tulleBDP-TullePolietilenePWM-WhiteMeshPLU-LucePLI-Light
Films that can be used for projection and transparency effects in imitation of tullePMI-BiancoOtticoMicroforatoPBM-BlackoutMicroforato

Video & Documentare

Teatro Carlo Felice of Genoa: ''Werther'' by Beni Montresor

Projections on grey BGO - Tulle Gobelin

Göteborgs Stadtsteater, ''The Danton Case''

Kazan 2013, BRL - Tulle Rexor Lamé

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