I got to experience this stage design by Jeff Poole from UBC Miami in Florida when I visited them a little while back. Very awesome!

They wanted to recreate the effect from this Hillsong video:

They started with some Reset stage pieces that allowed them a bunch of flexibility in re-arranging the pieces. Then they bought 12 sheets of 3/8″ plywood and a couple of 1.5″ hole saw bits from Home Depot.

They drilled over 1000 holes in the plywood (as evenly spaced as they could). After a coat of black paint they attached Velcro to the wood panels and simply put them in the Reset Frames.

The lighting was achieved by 6 Elation DS-300e moving lights (which they rented) and about 8 Elation OPTI-RGB fixtures used with their hazer. The end result was well worth the 3 days of drilling the holes.

19 responses to Beaming

  1. I was waiting for someone to do this! This looks fantastic!!!

  2. Very Nice.

  3. Solid! Thanks for sharing this one.

  4. Louis Tagliaboschi August 27, 2011 at 9:28 pm

    This is a stunning set. Where do you get the reset stage pieces? The url is not working.


  5. Hey guys, this looks great. Awesome job!
    I didn’t know we were neighbors…. Shoot me an email, we need to connect.
    I’m curious about those reset stage pieces…. Where can they be found?

    Thanks for the great design guys.

  6. just wondering what size holes those are. thanks.

  7. Do you think Pegboard would work for this? Our church has a lot of peg board that is not being used.

    • I think peg board holes would be too small but I would never want to deter you from trying it. We used 2″ holes to get the effect you see in the pics.

  8. Hey Jeff, I’m working on doing a design like this at my church coming up in may. What kind of lights are you using behind the hole wall?

    • Behind the panels there were 6 Elation DS300e fixtures 2 each at floor, medium, full levels (height) of the “wall.” Also were 6 Elation OptiRGB LED fixtures place in similar fashion. I hope that helps. Let me know if you need more info.

  9. i love this!!!…. maybe i might talk some people into doing something with our church stage design…. and something like this looks doable ^_^ <3

  10. Gerson Rodrigues March 8, 2012 at 9:55 pm

    Hello there, first of all, may God can keep blessing you with creativity, it looks awesome.
    Could you tell me what kind and how many hazers did you guys used?
    Thanks, God bless.

  11. Can you please share a link to the ReSet stage frames? I am doing a version of this set for Christmas 2014 and I’d like more info.

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