United Methodist Church General Conference 2012

Recently, TripleWide Media was asked to partner with the United Methodist Church for their General Conference in Tampa, Florida. This is a huge gathering of worldwide delegates to reorganize, converse, and refresh the denomination. With that said, the worship design team wanted to go big…I mean BIG! Three 18‘x32′ front-project screens double-stacked with 20K Lumen Barco projectors to fill the large stage in the Tampa Convention Center. I told you…BIG!

Even with the enormous projection, pulling this off was just as simple as any triple wide setup in your church. With the power of ProPresenter and a TripleHead2Go, we were able to make this happen. It was used during worship, for IMAG, and it worked phenomenal for people trying to present ideas to the 1000 delegates on the floor.

We are grateful for the opportunity to show the Methodist world church a taste of triple wide.

This is just another great example as to the power of triple wide. In my opinion, it makes the typical “two-screen” setup obsolete because of it’s versatility and ease with the affordable tools available now.

Author Luke McElroy

Luke McElroy is the founder of Orange Thread Media, the parent company to TripleWide Media, SALT Conferences and Orange Thread LIVE. He is the author of The Wide Guide: Blueprint for the Multiscreen Movement. Hailed as one of the “top innovators for worship” by Worship Leader Magazine in 2013, Luke’s leadership has helped create powerful worship environments for thousands of Church communities throughout the entire world. He currently lives in Nashville, TN and regularly writes about creativity, leadership and faith at LukeMcElroy.com 

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  • Marcia McFee says:

    And it was a joy to work with you on this! It added a creative element to my overall worship design that helped me do what is dear to my heart… invite people into an “immersion” into the symbols and images of the main message!  — Marcia McFee http://www.worshipdesignstudio.com (the worship leader in one of the photos above)

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