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Aquagraphics - Blue Lighting

An MTFX Aquagraphics water screen nicely lit with blue LEDs

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Aquagraphics - 5m screen in Doha

An impressive 5mtr Aquagraphics water wall which MTFX installed and operated in Doha, Qatar.

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Aquagraphics - Aquitainia

MTFX installed this digital water screen for the Aquitainia development in Dubai.

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Aquagraphics - Demo video

A showreel demonstrating the Aquagraphics water display screen.

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Aquagraphics - Winter Theme

An Aquagraphics digital waterfall showing winter-themed graphics.

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Aquagraphics - 100' screen

A huge 30mtr Aquagraphics water curtain being used at a BMW event.

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Aquagraphics - 4m high 10m wide

Some nice patterns and lighting to show off the MTFX Aquagraphics graphical waterfall system.

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Aquagraphics - B&Q

This interesting graphical water screen was created for a B&Q event.

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Aquagraphics - Screen in Doha

A digital water fall installed in Qatar.

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Aquagraphics - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

An Aquagraphics water display system mounted much higher than normal - 8mtrs!

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Fat face Winter

It’s not always about deep, heavy snowfall when it comes to producing snow effects for TV productions and video/photo shoots. Effects can vary from brief to brief. We’ve created snow storm like conditions where wind equipment is brought in to the equation. We’ve produced Calm “after the storm” scenes with the use of snow candles and snow banks to create a windswept look. Just as commonly, clients require the need for a light snow or frosting effect. This is especially fitting for the United Kingdom, where realistically, we don’t see a lot of real snow.

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