Vivid Laser Projection
The main worship center is home to three Da-Lite projection surfaces paired with Panasonic 12,000 lumen laser light source projectors. The stage left and right screens typically feature IMAG content with keyed lyrics, helping to create a more uniform and engaging experience throughout the room. The center screen, which is typically home to full-screen lyrics or sermon graphics, is motorized, and retracts into its cabinet to reveal the baptistry.
Paragon designed a production system that is based around a streaming ministry. Two Panasonic PX380 manned cameras focus on the worship platform, and are augmented by two Panasonic HE-130 robotic cameras. Video switching is accomplished with a Ross Carbonite Black Solo, while signal routing is handled by a Ross NK 34x34 3G SDI router.
Digital signage is provided throughout portions of the worship center building using Panasonic professional displays paired with Hall Research HD over IP video encoders. The IP receivers can be fed a combination of sources including two BrightSign digital signage players and video outputs from the NK router, allowing the service to be rebroadcast throughout the facility.
This amazingly versatile system provides Village Baptist a truly state-of-the-art video and production platform that can serve as the primary visual focal point in worship and teaching from the pulpit for years to come.