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If you and I had the great idea to invite a few friends over for cheeseburgers, we would have to get a few things before people came over. After a quick game of rock, paper, scissors, we decide you will go to the store to get hamburger meat and I’ll clean up and prepare the grill.
So off you go to the nearest supermarket and get the finest ground beef you can possibly find… I mean if we’re going to throw a party, we only want to serve our guest the finest of foods.
Guests are to arrive any minute when you arrive back at the house. Howeveryou only bought ground beef. No buns, no cheese, no chips or fixins (a southern phrase for “all the other stuff” that goes along with a meal). In your lonely plastic grocery bag, lay the purest ground beef available at the Piggly Wiggly and nothing else.
In the excitement of throwing a party and having all our friends come over, we forgot about the little details of what it takes to make cheeseburgers, let alone all the other elements involved in a party like drinks, paper products, ice, etc.
I see the same thing happen all the time in live events. (more…)
Were you at Techkriti this year in Uttar Pradesh, India? Probably not. Well if you missed it, here are the projection mapping highlights. This projection mapping demonstrates the depth you can create with projection and the story you can tell with a blank canvas and some incredible content. Knownsense Studios designed the piece and thrilled onlookers with a spectacular display.
Let’s admit it, dance recitals are much more interesting with insane projection mapping going on during the number. Well, today’s Monday Mapping video wasn’t taken at a recital, but the same principle holds true. Hungarian dance squad, Freelusion, performed at the opening of a congressional meeting. It’s extremely hard to tell if it’s a projection piece with dancers or a dance number with projection. What’s your take?
If you’ve been watching twitter recently, you may have seen that our friends over at Renewed Vision have made quite an announcement lately. They’ve announced the next version of ProVideoPlayer, more commonly known as PVP, will have a complete overhaul and is expected to be released this fall.
I cannot tell you how exciting this is for both our community and the entire multi-screen movement. Of course I only know as much as you do, and will be eagerly waiting for more details to arrive on their site as they get closer to their release date. However, I can share some thoughts based on (more…)
We couldn’t be more excited to introduce you to SALT Nashville. Yesterday our parent company, Orange Thread Media, announced SALT 2013 which will be a visual worship conference taking place in Nashville October 21-23. If you are looking for a place to gain inspiration, ideas, and training then you should check out the video below.
Do you like projection mapping but have a short attention span? This week’s Monday Mapping is for you! Today’s video is made up of highlights of NuFormer’s projection mapping pieces. O and if you are ever walking down the street and see a building doing any of the things you are about to see in the video (without the aid of projectors) please run for you life.
Hello all! I just wanted to take a quick second and let you know that Playback Media has uploaded some new media to the site. What’s better than fresh, new media? Very few things. Playback Media creates media for multi-screen and environmental projection. That being said, new media ahead!
Fields of Green – Click here to download
Blue 3D Lines – Click here to download
Unless we are talking about the Super Bowl, usually halftime shows are pretty dull. A “lucky fan” takes an impossible shot for a chance to win $1000 in free gas (or something like that). They never make the shot. During an Atlanta Hawks halftime show last season at Philips Arena attendees received a projection mapping surprise.
Today we are going to take a look at one of the coolest stage designs I have ever seen. The team at Northview Church created an incredibly immersive environment and invited the entire congregation into the Garden of Eden. Killer concept! How did the team create this jaw-dropping environment? Shaun Miller, Director of Technical Arts, at Northview Church was kind enough to share a little about an incredible stage design concept.
This Sunday is Memorial Day. It’s a day that we honor those that haven given so much for our country and to protect our freedoms. As you plan for your service we have a lot of media to help pay tribute to those that have fearlessly defended our country. Here’s some of the best media from our top producers.
Flag Half Mast by Igniter Media
Freedom Lines Blank 1 by Playback Media