Dancing Diamonds

Kaleb Wilcox from Willow Creek Community Church in Northfield, IL brings us this this stage design from Easter 2014.

The hanging diamond shapes were created by stapling two Mio paper form tiles back-to-back to create a 3D shape and then hanging them along a length of aircraft cable. The other set piece was a 13′ by 7.5′ LED wall that provided visual support. (“Amazing Grace” element credit goes to Church on the Move from their 2010 Easter services.)

Lighting was provided by 6 Robe 136LTs, 6 Mac250s, 10 Colorado 1s, 8 Elation Design Wash 250s, and 3 Elation PowerSpot 700s.

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9 responses to Dancing Diamonds

  1. This is probably a ridiculous question but do you need a second computer to display the middle screen?

    • Yes and no. You could use one computer to feed all three screens the same content, provided you had the proper routing. However we had 2 computer sources available for that screen, plus our 5 cameras via our production switcher.

  2. my question is what is the software you’ve use for your church media team?

  3. Can you tell me how you attached the 3D tiles to the aircraft cable? Thanks.

  4. Hey Kaleb!

    I ordered the paperforms that were linked in the post…but they seems much smaller than the ones in the photos. Can you explain how they were stapled together? Or were they the 33″ foldscape panels instead of the 12″ paperforms? Thanks!

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