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Environmental Lighting and Projection Mood and Meaning

Hear the story of a church transformation—it went from a divided congregation to a united one by moving from five services in four locations to two services in one location. This session explores the benefits of projector technology in accommodating larger audiences. A church case study studies the installation of a five-projector environmental projector system, which is currently the largest system in a church in North America. This system enabled the church to change the environment of the sanctuary to accommodate both a traditional and a modern service in the same space within a short turnaround time.
Learning Objective 1: Consider the ways technology can transform a service or worship sanctuary.

Learning Objective 2: Set mood using lighting and projection.

Learning Objective 3: Shape a strategy from service overviews and Scriptural themes.

Learning Objective 4: Approach the implementation of lighting strategy.

Learning Module: Tech Team Education

AIA Credits: 1 LU

Room Number: 205C

Code: TTC5

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