Because the museum is a federally protected landmark (it’s Andrew Carnegie’s former mansion), great care had to be taken in the placement and mounting of the projectors. We worked very closely with the museum staff to come up with viable solutions. Here a projector is seen mounted to the ceiling on a wooden track that would not damage the delicate molding on the ceiling, yet provided a drastic enough angle for us to shoot the image over the staircase railing between the first and second floor.

Because the museum is a federally protected landmark (it's Andrew Carnegie's former mansion), great care had to be taken in the placement and mounting of the projectors. We worked very closely with the museum staff to come up with viable solutions. Here a projector is seen mounted to the ceiling on a wooden track that would not damage the delicate molding on the ceiling, yet provided a drastic enough angle for us to shoot the image over the staircase railing between the first and second floor.

Because the museum is a federally protected landmark (it’s Andrew Carnegie’s former mansion), great care had to be taken in the placement and mounting of the projectors. We worked very closely with the museum staff to come up with viable solutions. Here a projector is seen mounted to the ceiling on a wooden track that would not damage the delicate molding on the ceiling, yet provided a drastic enough angle for us to shoot the image over the staircase railing between the first and second floor.

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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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