A.J. McGlynn from Sugar Creek Baptist Church in Sugar Land, TX brings us these really cool beehive pieces .
He was inspired by a stage from the band, Muse (of course their hexagons were LED panels). He scaled the design down and built the pieces using Coroplast and projectors.
He started by cutting pieces of Coroplast into 2×2 square pieces, then used a template to cut them into hexagon shapes. They built a frame out of 1x2s to attach it to. All the supplies came in under $200.
He suspended the whole piece with tie line. The center piece has a projector shining on it. He created a mask in ProPresenter 4 to mask the edges. He didn’t worry about the gaps in between the panels. The whole piece was about 6 feet from a black curtain.