Experts in lighting fine art can take what many homeowners would consider a complex process, and make it is easy to manage. Experienced designers have completed dozens, even hundreds of projects, and in any setting imaginable. This means that the average home won’t even challenge a designer, but if there are unusual obstacles to overcome, a talented designer has the tools and vision possible to complete the task. Considering all that, it’s clear why so many homeowners bring on an experienced designer to steer a display project.
Phantom’s experts in lighting fine art are well versed in a variety of techniques and technologies, including its own proprietary optical framing projector. While a few other manufacturers offer framing projectors, none of them are as easy to handle as Phantom’s, and in the hands of a knowledgeable designer, it can be integrated into any display.
Optical framing projectors are prized for their ability contour illumination to the subject, eliminating spill light and crafting a look that is wholly unique. In general, there are few challenges when installing one, but small adjustments can make a big impact on the overall look. Glare, for example, will bounce opposite from the beam’s entry angle, so positioning the projector just right so that it bounces glare away from standard viewing angles is ideal.
That’s just one example of how a designer can improve the project’s outcome, and it is by no means the only one. But no matter what comes up, or how much help a homeowner needs, Phantom can guide the process along smoothly.