Project: 60’ by 20’ Wall of Immersive Imagery Delivers Incomparable Experience to Faith Assembly of God Congregation
What do a massive 60’ by 20’ wide screen, the original Orlando Magic Jumbotron, a fully-wired wedding chapel and an elaborate education facility have in common? Each one can be found on the Faith Assembly of God’s 100-acre campus in Orlando, Florida. With numerous on-site amenities, including a full-time school, this is no ordinary house of worship. Equally distinct is the facility’s commitment to impactful communication, with advanced projection capabilities found in each department.
The worship facility’s main sanctuary supplies seating for more than 2,800 attendees. How do you ensure such a large number will feel simultaneously immersed in the on-stage message? Jeff Cameron and Gadiel Marquez of Encore Broadcast Solutions, Inc. in Winter Springs, Florida, helped Faith Assembly develop the solution. An all-encompassing 60’ wide by 20’ tall screen serves as the focal point in the sanctuary, illuminated by two sets of double-stacked 16,000 lumen TITAN Quad projectors from Digital Projection International (DPI). Remarkably efficient, the four-lamp TITAN Quads have become sought-after worship imaging solutions for their ability to run in either two-lamp or four-lamp mode, depending on the imaging needs at the time.
More than 14 single-chip and 3-chip DPI projectors can be found throughout the Faith Assembly campuses. Cost effective E-Vision 6000 and M-Vision 400 projectors are used in the youth areas, classrooms, board rooms and cafeteria. Additionally, an on-site wedding chapel is equipped to present a couple’s custom video content during marraige ceremonies, courtesy of an M-Vision projector. A second Faith Assembly campus that serves congregation members on the other side of town enlists two low-cost E-Vision WXGA 6000 displays for sermon messaging.
• TITAN Quad 1080p
• M-Vision Cine 400
• E-Vision WXGA 6000
Feedback from the Client
“We love the TITAN Quads. Very easy to set up, very powerful and exceptionally reliable.” – Gadiel Marquez, chief system designer and chief engineer for Encore.