Pallet Projection Stage Design

Pallet Projection

Danny Isom from Hill Country Bible Church | Austin in Austin, TX brings us this rustic look for Christmas including projected words.

They wanted to update the Christmas look, but keep the same trees from the year before. They decided to go with an organic look to match the creams and golds on the trees. To build the back wall, they framed out 4 middle sections 4’x10′ and two outer at 4’x8′. Danny had recently replaced his fence so they took all the old pickets and some newer cedar pieces from a previous project and randomly laid them out on the sections. They decided to overlay the edges, so that the wall would not look like 6 separate sections on stage but one full piece. Because they used so much reclaimed wood, the total price was only $300 for wood and a few mason jar lamps used on the sides. To add a modern feel, they projected different phrases from Scripture or Christmas songs throughout the season onto the wall. The projection was triple-wide and edge blended using ProPresenter and 3 Hitachi CP-A352WN projectors.

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4 responses to Pallet Projection

  1. Can you explain more about how to project the words onto the palett wall? We have 3 projectors but they are used for the 3 screens like you have in your setup. Would I need to use additional projectors for the letters on the palett, and where are the projectors set up?

  2. Hello, Im trying to see if you can help me Im the leader for my Church’s projection ministry, and I wanted to know stuff that I can use to make or just project good lyrics/ or like stuff like that, such as in the photos?
    All I know and have is OpenLP, but I really just need someones help!? Thankyou Godbless!

  3. How did you project the words on the wood?

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