Every growing congregation offers new opportunities to use sound, video and animation to create awe-inspiring services and events. As your house of worship’s attendance has grown, you’ve probably already experimented with larger video screens and more powerful audio systems. But technologies like these are just the beginning. Read more about these technologies in this NEC byline.
Projection mapping uses projectors to display images onto flat or unconventional surfaces. Because it can transform any two- or three-dimensional surface into a showcase for still or moving images, projection mapping has become increasingly popular.
Research suggests that 70% of Americans recall digital video displays they’ve seen for a full month. This is true not only in advertising but also in houses of worship. Digital signage is giving houses of worship new ways to connect to their congregations, across the country and around the world. Read on for more digital signage trends for houses of worship in this NEC byline.
Projection mapping isn’t just for big-budget sports events anymore. A growing number of churches around the world are using multimedia projectors to transform their sanctuaries and multipurpose rooms into immersive experiences for the senses, bringing home their spiritual messages with unforgettable symphonies of light and sound. Read more about how churches are creating a new experience.
Digital technologies do more than improve the overall classroom experience. They also enable institutions and teachers to better serve individual students, using interactive devices to customize learning on a one-to-one level. Although educators have made great strides in raising the standard for education, their efforts have not fully achieved the goal of building a robust 21st-century learning infrastructure. Learn more about what educators are doing.