This is a visualization of Kitchen space with correct proportions. Projection surfaces are equivalent to 15' wide and 33' tall, which can be changed. The purpose of this excersize is an attempt to see what is the better configuration for projections. Click on images to the left to play the movies (~10MB each). I just realized that the monitor didn't render out, but you can imagine it in the same location as before:

Downstage and upstage scrims are hung to appear as a continuous surface. An image projected on them is continuous. It is achieved either by projecting from one projector (wide angle lens), or with two projectors and appropriately edited animations, started simulteneously. Note the floor projection. This configuration works best if viewed from the center, and may interfere with the composition of live performance.
Downstage and upstage scrims are hung few feet apart width-wise (requiring narrower scrims), leaving the center free for live performance and floor projection to tie the two scrim projections together. The image for animations or video is split equally between the two scrims. This configuration will allow live performance to be more visible, but animations requiring wider surface may not read too well.
Same as above. The only difference is an attempt to create a stronger relationship between the two projection surfaces by having animation pass from one onto another. This can probably be done through Isadora, otherwise, two separate animations can be edited, and started simulteneously.
Single downstage scrim plus floor projection. Ties everything together, but isolates the performer.