I have always loved the art of environmental projection. I had a glimpse of this back in the day at the Pink Floyd “Division Bell” tour. Since then, my friend Stephen Proctor (click his name to see some way cool web expressions of what he does so well) has introduced how it can be used in a worship environment. In fact, I came upon this Kickstarter campaign from a tweet Proctor sent out in support of the project. I love that we are seeing this new art expression come through the Church. In centuries of past it was the Church that was the epicenter of art. I believe God is raising up a new generation of worshippers that will bring that back to His bride.
There is about 6 hours left to back this new Lumenoids project. Check out their video here on the Kickstarter page, and take a look at some of the inspiration they had in making this. We will definitely see more expressions of augmented reality in the future of live music. With our second screen devices readily avaiable and people wanting to use them to interact and engage in live arenas, the future is wide open (here is a recent post on this). I’m fortunate to know some people who dream and work in these spaces. Stay tuned for some new projects that will sit on the cutting edge of these technologies.
Breathe In & Smile Out,