Stage Designs

Segmented Projection

The team from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Seaford, DE brings us this segmented projection wall.

This is a relatively inexpensive project that they made from materials from their previous design Paneled Mushroom Cloud. They took the Coroplast panels and added a few more they purchased from a Home Improvement company (Lowes) to make the wall and purchased an Epson 9200 Pro Series projector to give them a great image using Easy Worship. They repositioned their existing stage lights overhead and purchased 2 Lixada DMX-512 Mini Moving Head Light, 6 addition Par Can Stage Lights and 8x 86 RGB LED Stage Lights to give the stage and crowd lighting more bounce to the existing lighting that they already had. The entire budget was less than $1500 with the projector taking the bulk of the budget.










Tell it On the Mountain Sky Full of Stars

12 responses to “Segmented Projection”

  1. Tim L. says:

    So Is this rear projection on the panels? I don’t see shadow with person standing in front of it.

  2. Amy says:

    Hi! Is there any more information available on this? On the type of projector used and how much it would be to purchase one?

    Could you put me in touch with someone maybe?

  3. I never see any stage designs in a room with natural light. Maybe I have missed them , but it would be good to some examples with ambient light.

    • Mason McGill says:

      I understand your thought but we removed alot lights over the stage to keep the integrity of the look and we don’t have natural light in our santcuary and the fluorescents that we currently have are not camera friendly

  4. peter says:

    Hello, this is a great work. Please tell me why there no shadow on the wall even when someone stand in front? Thanks

  5. what material did you build your frame for the coroplast with? (if wood what size?)

  6. emil says:

    Hi @Mason McGill…. How is the projector mounted? In front of the screen? where? and How is that you have a big image if its close to the screen? Because the close you get to the screen the small the image is… Thank you

Leave a Reply to Mason McGi Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Solve : *
20 + 18 =

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.