Ok, it's been quite a while since I posted here, and that's just because I wanted to wait till I had a REALLY cool idea for a new addition to my pathetic theater before I bored you all to tears with my babbling again. I mean, c'mon, let's face it, when the thread
is more entertaining than the actual theater is, you don't really have too much to brag about, do ya? If I can pull off my new idea however, then at least I'll be 1 step closer to not having to be embarrassed by this poor 2nd rate set-up of mine. There's just 1 problem. I don't really think my idea is actually do-able. Not the way I want
it to be done, anyway. BUT, I could be wrong about that. I probably am. I Hope I am, actually. But, I don't really think I am. Just in case tho, I'm reaching out to you guys, to see if somewhere out there in the ginormously massive and staggeringly beautiful intellect of the colossal AVS global overmind, there's some fact that has eluded me that will actually make my super cool idea actually do-able after all. You'll see what I mean.
OK let me start out by painting you a picture. Naa, never mind, I'll just show it to you.
There you go. Your welcome.
Now, that is the theater's logo. It is IN the theater, so you can clearly see it as your milling around, chatting, looking for a seat, getting popcorn, and waiting for the movie to start. Then, as the crowd settles into their seats, the room begins to dim a little to signal the movie is about to start. 1 minute later, the room goes even dimmer, and all attention turns to the screen as it begins to brighten. RIGHT THEN! THAT'S!! when the magic to happen.
Basically, this is what I want....
Lights on/Lights off
and here's why I think it's impossible to do - I want it to be done with glow in the dark paint. NOT FLORESCENT/ BLACK LIGHT PAINT.
Also, it MUST be 100% completely invisible - when the lights are on. This is
supposed to be a surprise after all, so if there's even the tiniest, slightly visible HINT that
there is an image painted on the wall, it will completely destroy the the surprise, and there's no point to even trying it...
if there is some brand of gitd paint out there that I missed in my months and months of searching, that can do orange, yellow, black, and brown, be invisible in the light, but look at least 1/2 way decent in the dark, then Please, PRETTY PLEASE someone point me at it.
Now, just for my own ego - completely ignoring the doable/not doable issue for a moment...
What do you guys think of this idea?