Top Blogs of 2015
2015 was a great year of amazing ideas, content, multiscreen setups, and event designs. We had fun sharing new setups, concepts, tips, and tricks to create great environments and transform spaces through multiscreen, lighting, environmental projection, stage design, and more. We wanted to share what the top blogs of 2015 were that resonated most with our audience.
This isn’t simply a list of our favorites, but based on Analytics with unique page views as of Dec 30, 2015, Here are the top 10 blogs of 2015 from you!
The other day I stumbled across something that simply blew my mind. A multiscreen setup using old projectors and multiple screens from 1959! That’s crazy. In turn it ended up to be the first multiscreen setup!
How do you make a memorable stage design but stay within a limited budget? It can be challenging to make something memorable, especially when you don’t have a lot of resources.
Multiscreen can be very complex, but it doesn’t have to be. To create a great environment for your events, youth ministry or worship services, all you need to do is a few simple things. Today I thought it would be fun to showcase what we do at my youth ministry and show some simple multiscreen suggestions we’ve picked up over the years.
Did you catch our conversations on VGA and DVI? We’re talking with you all week about different types of video cables and what’s the right choice for your application. Today, we’re going to take a look at HDMI.
Great stage design is the epitome of a great production and incorporating video into stage design can take it to the next level. Over the years I’ve seen a wealth of various stage designs that incorporate video well. So here are the 5 ways I think you should consider incorporating Video into your great Stage Designs:
When looking into mutliscreen or environmental projection there’s almost always a question about lyrics, control, confidence monitors, stage display and more. What can you put on the center screen versus side screens? Can you only put lyrics center or on all the screens?
I stumbled upon an event space the other day who used projection on the ceiling as a way to showcase a few projects in the desert or the work of several architect’s in their design of buildings in the Moroccan desert. It reminded me how projection on the ceiling can be used in an event or in a space as a great addition to the experience of the people in attendance. There are many benefits and drawbacks to projecting on the ceiling, so lets dive right in.
At the SALT Conference in 2014, I first heard of Stephen Brewster’s creative personality types, so I want to give credit where credit is due. Our lists are slightly different, but his process made me think about the creative brainstorming process and the various personalities you need in order to refine your ideas and improve your meetings. Here are the people needed in every creative meeting.
Many of you in our community use ProPresenter on a regular basis, and we thought it would be fun to share 6 hidden ProPresenter Tips and Tricks that you may not have known about just in time for Easter this coming week. As a ProPresenter user myself, I’ve learned a few things that help me save time, make presentations look better and find the pieces of the program I need without having to use a mouse too much. So here are my Top 6 ProPresenter Tips (You may not have known about):
The first thing to talk about is the projection; oh my there was a lot of it! All in all there were 90 Barco 26,000 lumen projectors! That’s over 2 Millions Lumens of light… just from PROJECTION! Absolutely insane. The projectors for the 2015 super Bowl halftime show were all edge blended together to fill a projection surface of 18,000 square feet where Katy Perry danced (with sharks mind you) and bedazzled us with a performance to stand the test of time. Fun fact: only 80 pj’s were in use… they had 10 spares lying around.