The Collision of Modern Technology and Sacred Spaces
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Luke McElroy, Founder/President of TripleWide Media and author of The Wide Guide: Blueprint for Fueling the Multiscreen Movement, brings his latest offering, Environmental Projection: The Collision of Modern Technology and Sacred Spaces. Birthed out of a desire to see sacred art return to worship spaces, Luke takes the reader on a journey from the cathedrals of the 1600’s to the blank canvases of the modern church. Discover how art and visuals can create immersive sacred spaces using the modern technology of environmental projection.
This is an extremely practical and step-by-step guide to transforming your worship space through environmental projection, you’ll find this is so much more than just a guide to get you started, but the workbook for becoming an expert!
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A must for all visual artist
The content of this books shows the passion that Luke has for visual media and especially for visuals used in the church. After reading this even a seasoned visual tech will be inspired and even have a clearer understanding of the great story environmental projection can tell to those that will encounter it. Thank you Luke for putting your passion paper.
p.s After this one you should look at The Wide Guide also by Luke McElroy.
Opened my eyes to the possibilites….
As a complete novice to the world of tech and visuals, this book opened my eyes to the possibilities of enhancing our worship services and helping people enter in. The philosophy on the front end of the book helped me understand the history of visuals in the church. A great read for anyone curious about the concept!
Excited for the Possibilities!
When I was first introduced to the idea of visual worship, more specifically environmental projection, I was a bit skeptical of its place in the church. I can honestly say that Luke opened my eyes to how God reaches people through visuals everywhere. Excited to see where we go from here!