1989 shortly after the Berlin wall fell I went to live in Cologne, I began to design and build a new version called Skeleton Projector Version 70 MM XY 76. It took all my experience to complete this version which satisfied all my desires.
At first I decided to use a much more powerful light source, by using the light sources of the most performing projector on the market at that time. The Goetschmann company had put on the market the Projector G 8585 - 6x7 which had as its light source a 400 Watt lamp, which illuminated a 60 X 70 MM rectangle of slide. on screen 150 Square meter with god result.
I built this new version with my own hands using only products that were already successfully in action in the professional market, I only had to model some parts and relocate certain elements in other positions.
Regarding instead the navigation of the various stepper motors, there was nothing on the market that could show my needs, because something indispensable for me was not possible. It was impossible to navigate creating corners and at the same time control cornering speed in any way.
On the market this is not considered at all, because for the industry the interest was only to arrive as soon as possible in a predetermined position. Possible was only to manipulate the speed ramp at the start and the finish.
The navigation system of the various stepper motors was designed and built according to my needs by Robert Schoerghuber who was then a passionate expert in Laser control.
Apart the computer control system, Hi managed to create me a navigator similar to a Joystick with which I could navigate with every possible movement, and the extraordinary thing was that I could memorize my navigation exhibited with the joystick, including all the variations of speed exhibited.
I don't think there is anything like this on the market until yet.
with this latest version I produced more than one hundred productions during the 90s, of which I list a few:
1990 Phoenix Theater - Linz - Austria "Titanic" in collaboration with the caricaturist Gerhard Harderer
1991 Ars Electronica - Linz - Austria "The sick room"
1992 German Rock Star Udo Lindenberg "Die Show" German Tour
1992 Photokina - Cologne - Germany "A day at the beach"
1992 Rubens Price Awards - Siegen - Germany "In Media Rubens"
1994 The Seagull Jonathan - Dance Festival - Basel - Swiss
There were also many fashion shows that were supported by this new medium, of which I list a few:
1993 Opening Fashion Fair - Cologne - Germany
1993 Opening Fashion House - Duesseldorf - Germany
1994 Esprit Collection Fall 94 - Duesseldorf - Germany
1994 Joop Collection Fall 94 - Muenster - Germany
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