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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 multi-screen design idea comes to us from Jay Bowser of SouthBrook Christian Church in Miamisburg, Ohio. This creative set-up is what Jay is calling a load-bearing triple wide. As you can see the drums, keyboard, and bass are all on a platform supporting the musicians and the screen. Incredibly, this impressive set-up was done on a budget, and I hope it inspires you to find creative and cost-effective ways to create compelling environments. Thanks for sharing with the class Jay; how about a round of applause? Seriously clap those hands people!
Bright Squares 03 by Centerline New Media
Today we get to feature an environmental projection first-timer! If you have assumed that multi-screen set-ups and environmental projection will forever be out of reach, then take a look at what our friends at Ginghamsburg Church recently put together. Dan Bracken of Ginghamsburg was awesome enough to send us a video walking us through their process and production.
Hello TripleWiders! There is nothing I love more then receiving pictures from our community showcasing what they’ve done with multi-screen content. You guys have so many great ideas and a wealth of knowledge to share, and so I hope you will all share with the class so to speak. Today Naill McNally of Cast Ministries Ireland shows us his latest stage design concept as well as what equipment he used to pull of his multi-screen set-up. Ready? Well, let’s get to it.
I sincerely hope you have enjoyed all of the Transform Christmas posts over the past few weeks. We would love to hear which post or posts were your favorite so far…. But don’t worry, there’s still a few more posts in store before Christmas.
As we were planning for TripleWide Christmas this year and what we would be sharing, we took a look back at last year to see what the most popular post was. Well it was 2011′s Transforming Christmas Before and After pictures.
So we called up our good friend Camron from Visual Worshiper. He’s a mastermind at projection, lighting, looks and such for the visual community as well as a great person to have walk you through the process of installing an Environmental Projection setup.
All of the following setups and pictures are (more…)
Before I jump into today’s post I just want to pause and say WOW! Yesterday was the single largest day, in terms of unique visitors to the site, we’ve seen since we began over 2 years ago. It’s fun to think that this multi-screen movement is growing! For those who have been around TripleWide Media for a while, THANK YOU for helping to get the word out on twitter, facebook and blogs! For those who are new… welcome aboard! We can’t wait to continue down this journey together.
If today is your first day on TripleWide and you’ve never heard about the Transform Christmas campaign make sure to check out our other blogs (the first one we gave away a free motion background, yesterday we shared all of our favorite toys!). Today, we get to partner with our friends over at Church Stage Design Ideas to give you some great ideas on how to make a stage design that is unique, different and may help you transform Christmas for your community.
We asked Jonathan Malm (lead wizard behind ChurchStageDesignIdeas.com) to put together the top 5 Stage Designs that incorporate a “transforming” atmosphere. I hope that you can dig through these stage layouts and try something visual this Christmas. Something that will speak to hearts, art that will compliment the music or message. (more…)
I stumbled upon a few pictures from the Madonna MDNA tour that recently has been making it’s way across Europe. It’s crazy because it looks like she has taken LED panels to mimic the effect of projection mapping. The result: a semi-emmersive environment. There’s fire, cathedrals, space, clouds and stained glass.
There’s no question she is blurring the line between sacred visuals and secular message here and I’m not condoning her music, just highlighting some fantastic use of visuals. They have done a phenomenal job of blurring reality and projection as you can tell in this video.
Once the cathedral builds, skip ahead to 4:00. You’re only missing monk chants. (more…)
A few weeks ago I got an email from one of our community members with some pictures. They were incredible. So I asked him if he would share some of the details of their setup so we could share them here. Here’s what he sent over! Thanks Ryan for sharing.
This was taken last week at Teen Week, a yearly youth camp at Tuscarora Conference Center in Mt.Bethel, PA. I serve as production manager for the camp. I work for a private Christian school in Minnesota and our school contracts with the camp to handle sound, lighting and video.
The triple-wide video screen was run from a (more…)
The following post is from one of our very own producers: Nicholas Rivero. He recently was a part of a massive multi-screen LED setup in Knoxville and we asked him to share a little bit of what was involved in an event this large. Here’s what he had to say:
I got to be a part of the CHIC (Covenant High in Christ) youth conference in Knoxville, TN this year. The conference happens once every 3 years and features various artists and speakers. This year hosted some names such as Francis Chan, Louie Giglio, Gungor, Skillet, and Chris Tomlin. My job was two fold, I was the (more…)
The London 2012 Olympic Games kicked off their 17 days of festivities with the Opening Ceremony this past weekend. Watched by an estimated audience of over 1 billion people world wide, the 225 minute presentation included an amazing display of art, creativity, multi-screen, LED and (more…)