Projection Utilizing TripleWide Media
Working to transform your worship space into a place where praise to the Creator can happen, triple wide media is an excellent tool.
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At our church, Highland Village Church in Bloomington, Ind., we have been running TripleWide Media projection for more than two years. With this projection content, we have found some great techniques and tips on using it properly.
1. Slower is better
With triple wide formatted content, you are going to be taking up a lot of wall space in the room. So with this, everything will be bigger, and seem faster. So particles moving will seem huge, and move at a faster pace than what you’re used to seeing. At Highland Village Church, we always use very slow moving backgrounds, so as to not distract the congregation.
2. Know your color
Different coloring schemes can create different emotions. So make sure whatever color your background is, is the right emotion you are trying to evoke from your audience. Check this link out to learn more info on this topic at Arttherapyblog.
3. Use more images
A lot of times at Highland Village Church, we just use stills for the whole service. This adds and draws people in to a particular moment during a service. So this could be part of a song, or part of the service. We use stills during hallowed moments, or often when someone is speaking.
Triple wide media content is a great way to transform your worship space into a place where praise to the Creator can happen. There are a ton of resources on this at triplewidemedia.com.
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