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post #3271 of 3282 Old 11-11-2016, 10:17 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi Mario,

Quick question...how low did you make your soffit from the ceiling? Just curious because as I want to make sure I go low enough so my lights can reach the middle to illuminate the Night Sky ceiling.

Love your build.

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Hi Chad. Thanks for the compliment.

My ceiling soffit drops down 12". I created this diagram for you. As you can see, the placement of the LED lights and Black Lights have an even shorter distance.
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Hi Chad. Thanks for the compliment.

My ceiling soffit drops down 12". I created this diagram for you. As you can see, the placement of the LED lights and Black Lights have an even shorter distance.
Perfect! Thanks so much.

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Great build! I believe you didn't texture your ceiling, are you still happy with the results of the night sky mural on a smooth ceiling? I've got a build going, planning a night sky as well. I'm on the fence if I should add texture or just leave it smooth. Jeff had mentioned that I'll see lots of tiny bumps on a smooth ceiling. Thanks for your thoughts


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Great build! I believe you didn't texture your ceiling, are you still happy with the results of the night sky mural on a smooth ceiling? I've got a build going, planning a night sky as well. I'm on the fence if I should add texture or just leave it smooth. Jeff had mentioned that I'll see lots of tiny bumps on a smooth ceiling. Thanks for your thoughts


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I'd recommend no texture. I'm still happy with the painted ceiling. My goal was to make the ceiling disappear and seem openly infinite.
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For those of you that haven't been into my theater, this is about as close as you can get without actually being here.

Thanks to my talented brother-in-law of Aeroworks Productions:

VIRTUAL (MATTERPORT) WALK-THROUGH OF CINEMAR HOME THEATER
https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=ur3p2q8Hk9r
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Theater looks beautiful! That rendering is awesome! Usually when you see them there's something a little distorted or tweaked but that looks perfect! Pretty awesome thing to be able to show off your theater! Lol
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For those of you that haven't been into my theater, this is about as close as you can get without actually being here.

Thanks to my talented brother-in-law of Aeroworks Productions:

VIRTUAL (MATTERPORT) WALK-THROUGH OF CINEMAR HOME THEATER
https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=ur3p2q8Hk9r
That rendering is awesome!

What a great way to show off the theatre.
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I couldn't get the VR part to work, but the regular render was cool.
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Just amazing... both the theater and this VR!
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That's fantastic. Well done by them!!!
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I couldn't get the VR part to work, but the regular render was cool.
Are you able to go to http://www.matterport.com and view any of their demos?
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Thanks guys!




Are you able to go to http://www.matterport.com and view any of their demos?
Yes. Installed the app, was able to see their other stuff, just couldn't get to your theater. Every time I tried, it just took me to the app download screen.
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