A Starscape animation showing the components of the Infinity star ceiling system and the installation method.
This video was shot in our workshop and shows 6 Infinity panels installed onto steel track.
Excellent time-lapse video by Richard Bell of UK Home Cinemas showing the creation of a high specification home cinema room from start to finish, complete with perimeter bulkhead and Infinity star ceiling panels.
Infinity Edge – We can supply masking strips to conceal the steel track when the panels are mounted ‘floating’ in a ‘raft’ configuration.
Sending us a plan to work from?
Most architects and designers work from a ‘Reflected Ceiling Plan’. The plan would be made as if you were floating above the room, looking down at the ceiling and then the room below. Should you find this tricky to do, we can work from plans that look up at the ceiling from the floor below. Just make sure you let us know which you are using: Looking down (reflected), or, looking up (looking up). This wikiHow may help.
The MiniLED650 twin port DMX (up to 12 panels) has a good twinkle and has the advantage of 2 optical ports, so can light 12 Infinity panels. This source has DMX so will integrate with home automation.
The SDC-6 DMX is a 6 channel controller that will operate the MiniLED750 light source. The controller can be fixed at a remote location and connected to the source via a DMX cable. This controller would be best suited to a hidden location such as a cupboard.
The MiniLED650 twin port DMX (up to 12 panels) has a very good twinkle and has the advantage of 2 optical ports, so can light 12 Infinity panels. This source has DMX so will integrate with home automation.