Often asked: How To Build An Infinity Wall?

How much does it cost to build a cyclorama wall?

High on the list for the studio was a cyc wall (also known as a cyclorama, infinity wall, or various other names). A professional cyclorama can cost tens of thousands of dollars, but the Syrp team decided to build their own. And they did it for less than $2,000.

What is a cyclorama wall?

Cyc‘ is an abbreviated term for cyclorama, also referred to as a cyclorama wall or cyc wall. Webster defines a cyclorama as “a curved wall used as a background of a stage set to suggest unlimited space.” When done properly, it is virtually impossible to discern where the floor ends and the wall begins.

What is infinity wall?

An infinity wall is a curved surface that seamlessly blends the floor and wall together so that anything you put in front of it — an object, a person — will appear to float against a simple, clutter-free backdrop.

How much does a CYC cost?

As Syrp explains in the video, a professional cyc can cost “tens of thousands of dollars” to install. This DIY version, for which they’ve released the full plans online, costs “just” $5,000, assuming you have the tools, expertise, and a few helping hands to build actually go build it.

What is a cyclorama made of?

Although some theatres have a curved back wall that serves as a permanent cyclorama, it most commonly consists of a drop or traverse curtain that can be deployed according to need. The cyclorama has a rough surface of plaster or canvas for diffuse light reflection and is painted white or light blue.

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What is the difference between a cyc and a scrim?

A Cyclorama (or “cyc”) refers to a white or natural seamless flat muslin panel. It is always the piece that is hung furthest upstage (aka at the very back of the stage) and is usually used for sky effects (often through frontlit projection). A Scrim is made from a very specific type of netting called Sharkstooth Scrim.

What does Cyclorama mean?

1: a large pictorial representation encircling the spectator and often having real objects as a foreground. 2: a curved curtain or wall used as a background of a stage set to suggest unlimited space.

How do you light a cyc?

Well, probably the best way to light a cyc is by using the purpose-built Cyc Lights positioned anywhere from 6-8 feet upstage of the cyc. With any other fixtures, it is just trial and error depending on what you’re using and the height of the surface you are lighting. You could also go with a groundrow (or both).

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