Posts Tagged ‘conferences’
There are few moments in time when such a large group of like-minded creative individuals gather together, united in their passion for new ways of expressing their worship & building the Kingdom of God. ECHO is one of these unique moments.
I was asked the other day by a worship pastor & mentor of mine, …read more
There are many factors that contribute to this journey of “visual worship” i’m on. New software versions, cool loops with that latest edgy effect, creative “out of the box” (or “in the box“…haha) projection techniques, etc… these are all good and noteworthy things. But one thing contributes more than any of those combined, …read more
Reason #1024 to go to events like DIRT: outside guerrilla projection parties!
Kids, don’t try this at home! :) ok, just kidding…but there are some interesting articles coming out about “visual attacks” & guerrilla projection mapping. We had …read more
are you going to #Dirt09?
if so, i can’t wait to reconnect or meet you!
and if not, watch this video…and consider making the trip next week…and definitely plan on going next year!
As promised; here is our response to the questions that we didn’t have time to get around to during the Visual Worship breakout lab at Gurus of Tech. You can watch our class online, as well as download the notes that go along with our content.
Does the Environmental Projection stay on through the …read more
Gurus of Tech is next week.
July 13-15 in Louisville, KY.
An estimated 250+ media/tech gurus who work in the church space will be there…
some of the people sharing will be Barton Damer (mo-graph artist extraordinaire, one of the guys behind Igniter/Collide/etc designs), Brad Zimmerman (Church Media Design aka CMDTV), Chris Thomas (Willow Creek), …read more
...IF your reasons include the following (in the context of worship):
- as a substitute for other methods (think about all the senses)
- solely for entertainment (understand that entertainment is not bad itself and CAN be used as a tool when the timing/context is right)
- visual media is not a crowd-getter or …read more