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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…)
Yesterday we posted about how to make your own projection screen. My hope was to inspire our community to think about the resources at hand in order to find and create a multiscreen setup. Instead of always feeling that pressure of having a massive budget to buy all the professional gear, we wanted to encourage looking at using tools you have at your disposal instead.
I had to share this though. Not two days after I wrote that post, I got an email from one in our community, Pastor Mark from Imperfect Church in New York, saying that they recently created a triple wide video wall out of screens they MADE!! That was so cool to see. (more…)
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.
Every year, Christmas is crazy for our team. We’re all over the country doing live events, creating specific Christmas content and media for other artists, companies and churches all the while focusing on TripleWide Media’s Transform Christmas Campaign (this is actually the most fun for our team). It always ends with us exhausted seeing all these great ideas from clients, friends and online… never being able to do something for fun!
However… doing something for the sole purpose of “fun” during the holiday season just seems selfish. You’re supposed to do something for others, create joy or give to a charity. So how do we get to do all of that: have fun, do something for others, create joy and give back to a local charity that is doing good in the world?
We projected onto my parent’s house!
No… seriously, here’s the video:
The other day we asked you to send us pictures of you Transforming Christmas for us to share with the community. Well, last week we got these from a good friend of ours, Bradley Hodges, and had to share with you a little bit of the technology behind his setup.
Have you enjoyed all the Transform Christmas posts? We’ve been seeing record breaking community involvement while stocking the site with some of the best Christmas content available! It’s Friday, and that means that we’re serving up another Transforming Tip. If you missed last week’s tip on outdoor projection you can check it out here.
Today’s Transforming Tip idea is making it snow indoors.
Making it Snow indoors with Environmental Projection is the epitome of EP. No matter what time or season of the year it is, making it snow is just expected! Seriously.
Think about it, its almost like Environmental Projection was made for snowing indoors. Not sure what we mean? Maybe these pictures and videos can help:
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”
With all this talk about Transforming Christmas on the blog we thought it would be fun to share each friday a very practical and possible idea that you may be able to implement this Christmas season. Every time we have a Transforming Tip we will do our best to break down the process and what you need in order to make it happen.
Today’s Transforming Tip idea is projection outside.
Here are a few pictures of outdoor projection to about to give you some inspiration:
What if you “re-textured” the outside your building? (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…)
With all this talk about Triplewide, Edgeblending, multiscreen, environmental projection and regular single screen video surfaces, we thought it would be helpful to start the Transform Christmas campaign with the “essentials” or the tools you will most likely use this christmas if you’re looking to transform your space and create an environment. Don’t worry if you only have one screen, many of these tools still apply to you. This is also a great list to look at if you are considering three screens or a multi-screen setup. Here’s what we call the Top 6 Transforming Tools. (more…)