The first one would be the type of your ceiling, construction and materials used. If you have a suspended ceiling it is possible to use photographic ceiling tiles as a replacement of your old panels. In addition, you can put the old tile on the top of a new one (if it is not illuminated) and thus gain an extra acoustic insulation.
For the plain, painted ceilings a bit of Do-It-Yourself work will be necessary to assemble the whole installation. In this instance, the thickness of the construction will depend on the type of materials used:
Composite Panel without illumination will take 10cm (about 4in),
Backlit Light Panel with illumination needs 18cm (about 7in),
PVC panel construction consumes only 3mm of space (about 0.1in).
If only you can compromise on thickness the illuminated ceiling is perfect for imitating natural light and may serve as an additional window in dark rooms. In this case, illumination is based on a fluorescent lamp or Light-Emitting Diodes. Both solutions are extremely energy efficient and give bright, white light which prevents colour distortion and gives amazing 3D effect.
The relation between quality of the picture, dimensions of your installation and price is another important thing to consider. Under the link placed on the bottom of this page you will find the galleries of example pictures which can be applied to photographic ceiling installation. The final size of the picture has to fit to the dimensions of the installation. If the photo is too large or has a different ratio it has to be scaled down and cropped. On the other hand, the photographs of underwater world or nature have often quite a lot of details. If in this instance, if the dimensions of your installation will be larger than 1190mm x 1785mm, you should consult your choice with the company representative.
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