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Do you find it hard to select content by viewing just a preview or thumbnail? It can certainly be difficult. It takes a little imagination to envision what it might look like on your walls and screens, so today I wanted to share some pictures of our content being used by our community. The SlideShare below may open you up to some new ideas, concepts and types of media because sometimes the thumbnail just doesn’t do the content justice. The motion background or still will be displayed on its own and then showcased in action. The truth is, if you don’t know exactly what to look for, you might just pass up that perfect environmental projection of multi-screen piece. Enjoy!
Today’s incredible feat of multi-screen projection comes to us from James Norden of the Colourful Church. Every year the Jesus Army (United Kingdom) gathers for a huge event in Sheffield. Last year’s event was simply titled Sheffield 2012, but the visuals were anything but simple. Before going into any further detail let’s take a look at the finished product.
Pretty incredible right? Well “how would one create such a masterpiece” is the obvious next question. (more…)
It’s safe to say that this is the first time Tom Cruise has been mentioned in the TripleWide Media blog. In his new movie Oblivion projection mapping is used in way that is pretty remarkable, and we wanted to share a little “behind the scenes” info we stumbled upon at DefinitonMagazine.com. The director of photography, Claudio Miranda (Life of Pi), and Joseph Kosinski who had recently directed Tron decided to minimize the use of blue screen and instead make the most of projection mapping. Miranda and Kosinski, both known for incredible visuals, create an immersive environment in Oblivion.
Photo: Universal Pictures
For the many of you who are Creative Directors at a Church or the tech person/volunteer in charge of making the visual media for the Easter season happen, I wanted to share a bit on some of the “images” that surround the Easter season. Today I’ll discuss five central images and offer a few examples of each.
1. The Cross.
There is no symbol more central to the Christian Church than the cross. The entire Christian faith is based upon this powerful image, and the Easter season reminds us of why the image carries so much weight. The cross represents Christ’s gift of love, His passion, His sacrifice, and His coming resurrection.
”Calvary” by Overflow Media Group
“Three Crosses” by Life Scribe Media
“Sacred Cross 2″ by Playback Media
As we enter spring and warm weather approaches, the biggest event to happen for the majority of our community members is Easter! As we enter this incredible season, I thought it would only be fitting to share some thoughts on how we at TripleWide Media are doing everything we can to make this year’s Easter and spring season the best we can.
1. More media.
When it comes to creating a visual environment, you’re best friend is a place with a wealth of content. We’ve got the largest library of multiscreen, environmental projection and edge blended stock content visuals available. In fact in the last week alone we’ve uploaded over 30 new products, many of which have a theme of Lent, Easter, Spring or Good Friday. There’s no other place you’ll find the selection and quality you find here. We’re devoted to continuing that trend.
But what does this mean for you? Well on the surface it means you don’t have to search five or ten websites to find a good variety of media, you can make one website your home base. Second, it means you have a better chance of finding the exact piece of media you’re looking for so you can create that powerful moment or great look for your services or events.
I saw this the other day on Creattica.com. We did not make this… they did. Don’t give us any credit. But we felt like this would speak to our community here well. Infographic on 29 ways to stay creative, Check it out:
I have a huge heart and passion for the Church, specifically the local Church. I am well aware that our community reaches beyond the church and into a lot of corporate events, event planners, producers, concerts, tours, etc and I don’t want to alienate those community members. However today’s post is really for the Church Technical leaders.
I was invited by Nicholas Rivero (fellow producer here and good friend of TripleWide Media) to join Mike Sessler and Van Metschke (fellow community member of TripleWide Media) on their weekly church tech podcast called Church Tech Weekly. If you haven’t heard of their podcast yet, you absolutely need to subscribe to it in iTunes. Their format is simple, the first half (sometimes more) is a discussion on a key topic in the Church technical community and followed up by news or product releases that are pertinent to technical leaders.
Have you ever wanted a Rear Project screen only to find out that it can cost upwards of $800-1500 depending on the size and portability? What if I said you could make your own video screen with a few items from Amazon or Home Depot.
Here is the basic essentials for Making your own rear project screen for MUCH less than the cost of a real screen.
A few months back we did a post called the Four Ingredients of Environmental Projection. It’s something that I have taught for the past year at conferences and events. More or less it helps paint a perspective of what environmental projection entails. It’s a great launching point to environmental projection, but doesn’t just relate to environmental projection, but media in general.
However today I want to officially add one more ingredient. You see, the four ingredients will allow you to make a great dish, but without the fifth ingredient, it will be the difference between distraction and depth. This additional ingredient is Training/Education.
We’ve been taking a lot of time here on the blog to talk about how to Transform Christmas and the big reason for that is the heart we have to see this community do something different and unique to impact the audiences and congregations that will be reached this month.
However this Christmas we have an opportunity to be Contagious; Contagious with the environments we create and Contagious with the people we interact with.
This is what I call “A Contagious Christmas”