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My First Project

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Published: April 10, 2020
Location  black rock city
© 2020 spyed
First project I installed at our camp at Burning Man. I miss these days.. it's the backdrop for a DJ booth, fully programmable. Roughly in 2014. At the time we were under the impression that it was the largest privately owned LED panel in the world. The world has changed a lot since.. I love project that are ahead of their time. Trouble with them is that afterwards they seem so do-able. At this time, a panel this large that projected video and images with this brightness was unseen elsewhere. 
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2400x1602px 4.9 MB
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NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D800
Shutter Speed
1/1250 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
14 mm
ISO Speed
6400
Date Taken
Sep 2, 2015, 12:09:21 AM
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6.1 (Macintosh)
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SavyIsJoshoArtsHobbyist Digital Artist
Spyed. Out of curiosity, How much are those LED panels to buy? furtherall, How do you get it set up to work like a picture screen?
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ekudProfessional Digital Artist

whats that weird feeling in my chest

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Daemon-IllusionumHobbyist Digital Artist

It's 2020, and I still think that looks impressive. Sure, we can get some crazy bright, huge, detailed LED panels these days, but that one doesn't look like it came outta a machine, heh.

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spyedHobbyist General Artist

Actually I totally agree.. these days you can get much higher density LED's but then it just looks like any screen at some point..

There was something special about this resolution.

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pearwoodHobbyist Photographer
Wow. Yes, it's amazing how quickly technology goes from latest and greatest to legacy.
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