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Last week a friend of TripleWide Media (Nicholas Rivero) shared with me a link to one of the coolest video projects I’ve seen yet. I knew I had to share it with our community. We’ve talked about media being used as a vehicle to communicate in the context of an environment… much like an instrument would in a band. Art adds to the collective of anthems to create energy, reveal truth and add a soundtrack to the moment.
However these guys have taken it to a whole new level… they’ve figured out how to make video into a virtual musical instrument. Here’s what I’m talking about:
The project has been (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…)
I stumbled across this the other day and thought our community would enjoy seeing this process of creating a multi-screen countdown piece that integrated Lighting and Video. Let us know what you think!
A few days before Easter, we learned from one of our community members (Thank you Ryan!) that some content from a TripleWide Media producer made it onto American Idol. After a little research and digging around on YouTube we found the song! I don’t know if I have ever seen as much American Idol as I did the day I found this song!
What an honor for this community to have American Idol adopting and embracing the Multi-Screen Movement. We’re honored that American Idol found this community and were able to use some of the great content here. Maybe this is the first of many American Idol sightings.
I don’t know if we have posted about this specific setup yet on the blog, but if you have seen me teach at National Worship Leader Conference, Seminars4Worship, Church Life Conference or any other tour/event, you have probably seen this. It’s the triple ‘TALL’ video wall.
Okay, a little secret about me. My grandfather had some actual arcade systems when I was growing up, and when he moved away from St. Louis and our family moved to Atlanta, we got to take the arcade systems with us. So to this day, my parents have in our basement a 1950′s pinball machine, the original Astroids arcade and the original Space Invaders arcade unit. It looks just like this:
I love this game, and of course when I saw this video online the other day, it reminded me of my childhood! haha. So I had to share it with this community. It’s a projection of the Space Invaders bug.
Isn’t that sick! Want to know how they did it? Here we go… (more…)
More details to come soon, but while the video is still live, we wanted to post it here. Please be aware that there is bad language in this at 7:53.
Yesterday we posted about Blake Shelton’s music video, “God Gave Me You” and how a good bit of the content used in his music video is actually content from TripleWide Media. We posted some pictures from behind the scenes, so if you haven’t seen it quite yet… make sure to check it out. If you haven’t seen the final music video you can do that on YouTube (they won’t let us embed it) by clicking this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCf2PoTuh4Q&ob=av3e.
Today I want to share with you the exact TripleWide Media clips that made up the Chorus to this song. The editor, Jeremy Stanley, decided to take 4 separate clips and merge them into one video. This allowed for a custom look at a fraction of the cost. If you can find stock content or media that is already pre-produced, you are better off finically and often times it’s hardly noticeable. Anyone can do it if they have a simple video editing software. In this case Jeremy used Final Cut Pro to blend the 4 layers. Curious what he used? (more…)
Our team was asked back in August to be a part of Blake Shelton’s “God Gave Me You” music video. We were sworn to secrecy when we were a part of it and signed contracts that said we wouldn’t tweet, text, share or blog any pictures/details of the event until well after the release of the music video. Well… the video premiered back in October and we just haven’t had a chance to walk you through the setup and our involvement. So here it is… all the details… all the scoop… behind the scenes… and how the Blake Shelton music video used TripleWide Media to help him make it a success.
Before we get into the specifics, if you haven’t seen this video, you may want to watch it (youtube won’t let me embed it):
Almost all of us are familiar with Pink Floyd. They have had quite an impressive career over the years and in 1979 they amazed the world with their record “The Wall.” This would soon become one of the most ambitious shows of it’s time as they brought in a huge wall to separate themselves from the audience and used it as a projection surface to create a spectacle for all to see. As you can imagine, the tour in 1980, though well ahead of it’s time, doesn’t even compare to today’s technological ability. So they decided to revamp…