Christopher Law from SpringHill Camps brings us this design from their women’s retreat.
To create the horizontal lines, they used plywood boards and cut them into 8′x8″ strips. They hung each wood slat from chains connected to each other. They white washed the boards and wiped it off after some of it absorbed into the wood. This lightened the wood without getting rid of the wood texture. Then they projected (short throw projectors) onto the boards using ProPresenter and a TripleHead2Go connected to a Mac. They masked each slat to reduce light spill.
They added upside down umbrellas to accent and fill the middle gaps.
They used slow motion graphics for worship and still graphics for teaching. Some drama elements included specific graphics and text projected on individual boards or sections.