Each frame of the video had to be cut into four equal sections to create four separate MPEG video clips that played in frame-accurate sync through a series of four projectors — two on the first floor, two on the second floor, including one that shot over the banister between the two floors. To maintain synchronization, the four clips were fed to the projectors through a dedicated Alcorn–McBride video server.

Each frame of the video had to be cut into four equal sections to create four separate MPEG video clips that played in frame-accurate sync through a series of four projectors -- two on the first floor, two on the second floor, including one that shot over the banister between the two floors. To maintain synchronization, the four clips were fed to the projectors through a dedicated Alcorn–McBride video server.

Each frame of the video had to be cut into four equal sections to create four separate MPEG video clips that played in frame-accurate sync through a series of four projectors — two on the first floor, two on the second floor, including one that shot over the banister between the two floors. To maintain synchronization, the four clips were fed to the projectors through a dedicated Alcorn–McBride video server.

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Frank Coleman: Drummer/Arranger/Producer. Actor/Writer. Video/VR Artist. Multimedia OG/SME. ASCAP/AEA. Part-Time Amateur Neurosurgeon.

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