1,273 Days In The Life of Environmental Projection
It takes deliberate effort and well planned and executed content to redirect that production – to become an environment for worship.
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Environmental Projection ResourceLED Walls: A Bold and Exciting World Full of Options
LED walls deliver a range of lively moving images and backgrounds to high resolution video that offers eye popping video imagery.
What you can do with EP is beyond the limits of your imagination the technology is beyond your ability when you start and you can and should grow with it. A few years ago, I bought a camera and as always there are so many choices! I wanted to buy the high dollar fully loaded version, until I realized my skill level was covered by the entry-level base model. I would still have to work to learn how to use the features of the basic version, that would take work and time.
It is a similar story with EP, as you can’t start instantly at the expert level of a Cameron Ware! It takes time to develop your skills, your knowledge and most importantly your vision. The vision to seek great ideas and make them work will take time and experimentation.
What You SHOULD Do and What You SHOULD NOT Do
What you should do is find your own way of doing it. Churches seem to be quick to copy what is working somewhere else. We were created by a unique and creative God to be unique and creative!
The best designs we have created have come out of prayer and scripture and lots of imagination in action.
For me, my act of worship happens days and months in advance of the Sunday service seeking to bring to the table something new and fresh that will open and inspire the congregation gathered to worship.
What you should not do is let it run you. Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. Be wise.
It’s not that I like to push the boundaries of what our congregation is “used to,” but I try very hard not be noticed.
I don’t want a 300 foot wide distraction.
It is easy with a large format projector to get noticed! I want to create a space that welcomes and invites.
I have so loved this journey of discovery, and I hope churches around the world (especially in Australia!) will embrace a technology that allows you to transform and make new the places we worship.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.