Innovative materials, fusion stitching technology seamlessly stitching with projected images from multiple projectors
Engraving the subtle changes in the surface of the model, highlighting the layering of the facade of the building to increase the refraction and reflection of the model facing the light.
If the model wants to change, it mainly depends on the refraction and reflection of the light on the surface of the model. As the light changes, the model will change accordingly. Increasing the refraction reflectance of the surface of the model to the light is the main factor for the beauty and change of the model. According to our experience, the concave and convex parts of the building facade have a strong reflectivity to light. The trick that I pull is that for the main buildings, we carefully study the characteristics of the styling. For buildings with embossed façades, we will carefully sculpt their embossing; for buildings without embossing, we will sculpt their windows, slabs, and decorative lines. Waiting for details, letting the other form a certain depression, will increase the reflection and refraction of light.
Spraying 15 degree concentrated sand on the model performance
Acrylic plexiglass has a larger refractive index, so the light will go through multiple refractions and reflections after entering the inside of the acrylic, causing one side of it to maintain the same brightness and color as the incident part of the light source. With this characteristic, it can be sprayed on other surfaces. The 15 degree concentrating sand acts as a spectroscopy layer, increasing the sensitivity of the surface of the model to the light, making the model itself illuminate, and can follow the light incident color at the bottom.