Eric Bradley from Life Center Church in Spokane, WA brings us this epic wall of dots and lights.
The team was inspired by the Hillsong Chapel DVD as well as a set they saw (don’t tell anyone!) on Glee.
They welded together 3 sections of steel tubing (2 20′x20′ 1 12′x20′) with cross bracing and then welded all-thread in 2″ 4″ 6″ and 8″ increments to create their grid. Off the grid they hung OSB drilled with 2″ 3″ and random hole sizes in 2′ increments. They sanded and stained the OSB.
Then they backed the OSB with Coroplast. Mixed in with the OSB panels they put 23 2′x’2 light boxes made from OSB and loaded with 16 65W flood lights. Each light box was circuited individually which allowed them to do some cool chases. The entire wall was back lit with 16 ETC Seledor Vivid R’s.
The light bulbs you see in some of the pictures were an extra element they added for their Christmas Eve services.
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