“IllumiRoom Projects Images Beyond Your TV for an Immersive Gaming Experience”
According to it’s YouTube page:
IllumiRoom is a proof-of-concept Microsoft Research project designed to push the boundary of living room immersive entertainment by blending our virtual and physical worlds with projected visualizations. The effects in the video are rendered in real time and are …read more
One year ago, I posted an article called “A New Liturgy” describing the beginnings of my journey as an “evangelical” on the road to more liturgical, ancient expressions of worship. The post was part of a “blog tour” promoting Aaron Niequist’s new EP series. These EPs are 25-minute journeys of worship, prayer and meditation. “A …read more
Today, I tweeted for the 30,000th time.
30,000 x 140 characters = 4,200,000
That’s 4.2 MILLION characters typed and broadcasted to whomever risky enough to follow and listen.
Over 4 million clicks on a keyboard or iPhone touch screen. And just on Twitter alone.
Yeah. I honestly don’t know whether to be proud of …read more
November’s issue of Worship Leader Magazine is all about… VISUAL WORSHIP!
I can’t tell you how thrilling it is to see the “visual worship conversation” spread to so many places and to be embraced by the world of (musical) worship leaders. Though visual worship is usually stewarded from the shadows and led off-stage from the …read more
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A few weeks ago, I received an email from fellow visual worship leader Leigh Ann Sharp. She asked an interesting question that addresses an issue concerning environmental projection, and the exchange made for some great conversation. The issue:
Motion Sickness & Vertigo from Environmental Projection
With Leigh Ann’s gracious permission, I wanted …read more
A new book has moved towards the top of my list for recommended reading, and it’s Michael Gungor’s “The Crowd, the Critic, and the Muse: a book for creators.” Or “CCM” for short, which is genius in a subtly ironic kind of way. Because this is anything BUT “CCM.”
Never in your entire life have …read more
I sat down with a friend over coffee, and I heard it again.
“It sounds horrible, but sometimes I feel like going to church on Sunday is just wasting my time.”
I have to be gut-wrenchingly-honest and confess I know precisely what he means. Perhaps some of you reading this have been struggling with the …read more