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    Flood light projectors

    We're doing low volt uplighting in the trees around the yard and I'd light to have a design projected onto the blank wall we have back there. I originally thought this was accomplished with some sort of uplight cover, but now that I'm looking for something like that online I see I'm probably looking for a flood light projector. Does anyone have a device like this? Can you tell me about it and where to find one? Thank you.
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    Re: Flood light projectors

    Do a search for DJ lighting. I have seen this type of lighting used in clubs and events. I saw one light that used a laser to project images. You could actually program it to "draw" anything on a walll

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    Check this one out.

    Chauvet DJ EZ Gobo Projector Bundle | IDJNOW
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    Re: Flood light projectors

    I was thinking of a GOBO too, but I don't think that's what this is. Here's a pic. It looks more permanent than a battery operated GOBO, don't you think?

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    Re: Flood light projectors

    You are correct, that is not a gobo. That looks like some type of specialized landscape lighting. That is a cool effect with the shell look.
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