The Aqua Visual FX is one of today’s most innovative notice boards: “a waterfall notice board”.
It has previously been used in Never Forget the Take That musical, as well as in television adverts.
With the ability to exhibit a visual graphic-rich story of designs, shapes, logos or text and the capability to display custom artwork from controlled water droplets, the Aqua Visual FX is a truly versatile water effect.
Designed with a new and innovative water management system. This technology includes automatic and optical control sensors that allow complete water cycling and creative programming automation. Each of the modules is manufactured in 6ft lengths and can be interconnected to produce custom water screen lengths of 12ft, 24ft, 36ft and 48ft. Additional 2ft sections can be designed for custom tailored requirements.
With its user-friendly software, the Aqua Visual FX can be customized to meet whatever its user desires.
The system for showcasing falling water images, text and other types of water effects comprises of three major components:
A water management system, which controls the flow of water to maintain consistent water-based effects.
A central computer system, which manages the complete system, including the storage and the programming of sequences of images to produce complete “shows” or a series of water effects.
A series of intelligent droplet controllers, which “pixelate” the falling stream of water.
On a par with the aesthetic display is the product quality. Designed by a team of technical engineers, the Aqua Visual FX has a complete water management system with automatic and manually controlled indicators, creating a spill proof system. It also offers three separate filtration systems to maintain the quality of the solenoid components.
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