I want to let you know of a new service we are offering at Visual Worshiper. My heart is to help ALL church communities, so that’s why I’m starting this new off-site and remote consulting/design service where I use pictures of your sanctuary and existing lighting and build a 3D environment where we can literally adjust, focus, and play with lighting options all remotely via video conferencing!
We do this via video conferencing, so you can see just how your new idea, set design, or lighting upgrade will look.
-See and more around YOUR worship space in 3D!
-Accurately see how your current lighting looks.
-See how new gobos, colors, angles, and real-world lighting fixtures will look in your worship space.
-Visualize haze, moving lights, LED fixtures, and even pyro! (I don’t think we’ll be doing much pyro…)
-Explore upgrade possibilities with new lighting fixtures – all real-world, or we can build whatever we need, right within the software, live.
-You send me pictures of your worship space. (Upload here)
-I send back a quote for the remote design and consulting – it will vary a little based on size of room and modeling detail.
-I then model your worship space and mimic your existing lighting setup using real-world fixtures, colors, gobos, textures and patterns.
-We schedule a video conference call where I share my screen with the 3D software activated, and I walk you through (in real-time and step-by-step) how you could maximize your current lighting by simply adjusting your current lighting.
-We then can add any lighting fixtures we want to see what future upgrades you might want to look into.
-Following the video conference call, I send you screenshots and any details we talked about so you can have a practical guide to adjusting your lights and maximizing their use in your service.
At the end of the day, you see real-world examples in YOUR worship space and gain practical steps to simply re-adjust your current lighting, or what to upgrade in order to bring your lighting, set design, and/or projection to the next level.
It’s super fun and VERY cool!
Tue, November 22, 2011
by Camron Ware filed under