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Eiki International Promotes Rubery to General Manager

In home_page, Industry News, Uncategorized by Chris Hardin

Eiki International, Inc. a world leader for over 40 years in projection technology, is pleased to announce the promotion of Steve Rubery, CTS to the position of General Manager. With more than 14 years of service to the firm, Rubery brings a wealth of experience to his new position with the company. His appointment commenced January 1st, 2018. He will be based at the company’s Rancho Santa Margarita facilities.

In his new capacity as Eiki’s General Manager, Rubery will spearhead all sales and marketing initiatives for the North American markets. Additionally, he will oversee the activities of both the U.S. and Canadian offices, including operations, support services, IT management, and the myriad of other factors that impact the company’s day-to-day operation.

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Nerdy Church Talk Conference

In Audio, home_page, Industry News, Lighting, Video, Web Articles by tfwm

All Things Nerdy / All Things Church

For most houses of worship, the biggest concern when adding any type of new gear to your facility is budget.  Sometimes, trying to match what tech you want or think you need to actual money available can be overwhelming.

Barry Carter, the owner of The Church Nerds feels your pain. Barry works as an integrator full-time with churches to get them what gear they need with the budget they have. He is also putting together the Nerdy Church Talk Conference, a full three-day Church AVL conference geared towards empowering the local church through Audio, Video and Lighting.

Join with speakers from Elevation Church, Bethel Church, Lakewood Church, The Church Nerds and more in over 40 breakouts and five general sessions that include a full worship set by an Integrity Worship Artist. No matter the position you hold or volunteer in, you will walk away with a stronger foundation to help carry out the vision of your church or ministry.

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Manual Tab-Tension Screen for the ProAV Channel

In home_page, Industry News by tfwm

Elite ProAV presents the Manual Tab-Tension Series, as its premium grade non-electric personal to larger venue projector screen. The design features a manually operated bead chain clutch mechanism with a swift rolling sprocket that allows the material to stop at any point of its drop/rise operation. The tab-tension design allows the projection surface to be flat and taut so that ultra/short throw projectors may be used as well. The matte white material provides diffusion uniformity for everyone in the room to see the projected image with equal brightness. The housing is of a sturdy white enamelled aluminum construction. It is moisture resistant and available in a white finish. It includes flush sliding wall brackets that align with wall studs while allowing the installation to be perfectly centered.

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Eiki Projection Technology Brings Clarity of Message to St. Paul’s Wolf’s Evangelical Covenant Church

In home_page, Install News, Uncategorized by Chris Hardin

With its goal of following in the Spirit of God and the footsteps of Jesus, St. Paul’s Wolf’s ECC (Evangelical Covenant Church) gathers to enable and equip people to impact lives for Christ. Offering programs for adults, youth, children, involvement in a food bank, as well as a program to help the homeless, the church has numerous opportunities for its members to get involved. St. Paul’s Wolf’s recently completed a substantial overhaul of its AV infrastructure, which in addition to a new sound reinforcement system also included new projection capability. On the video side of the equation, the church is now equipped with projection technology drawn from the catalog of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA-based Eiki International, Inc.

Reynolds AV of East Berlin, PA, a full-service design / build AV firm specializing in audio, video, and lighting services, was contracted to design and deploy the church’s new AV equipment. Karl Reynolds, the firm’s Project Manager, coordinates system design, project management, plus customer training and service for the company. After consulting with church management to determine their goals and requirements for the facility upgrade, Reynolds elected to install an Eiki EK-811W, 8,000 lumen WXGA DLP® laser projector to handle visuals in the sanctuary. He discussed the project and his reasons for installing Eiki projection technology.

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Vista Systems’ Spyder picked for Video Projection System in Faith Bible’s New Sanctuary

In Install News by tfwm

Spyder X20 Front TransparentWhen Faith Bible Church, a Bible-centered church in The Woodlands, Texas, built a new 900-seat sanctuary, Houston-area AV contractor Hairel Enterprises selected a Vista Systems Spyder X20 0808 as a key component of the new video projection system.

Faith Bible marks the first use of a Vista Spyder by Hairel, which provided full AV and theatrical lighting for the sanctuary.  “I knew about Spyder and got in touch with Vista because I thought it would be a perfect fit for this installation,” says systems designer Bruce Simmons.  “My cold call to Vista turned into a four-hour conversation.  They arranged for a demo, and the church was elated by what they saw.”  The video projection system will be operational in late January 2015.

The new sanctuary has a raised platform area at its center.  A motorized 25×9-foot screen drops down from the ceiling for use in worship services and special events and productions.  Two additional 16×9-foot screens flank the center screen and are permanently affixed to the walls.  A two-projector center edge blend and the two outer single-projector images are accomplished with four Barco RLMW8 projectors and a Spyder X20 with 8 inputs and 8 outputs.

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Projection Mapping Primer

In Product News, Web Articles by tfwm

Excerpt from: The Book of Transformations, from Christie


Great projection mapping projects are the successful combination of powerful ideas and compelling structures, the right technologies, experienced, skilled people and creative work that make audiences stare in wonder.

Getting started requires an understanding of the stakeholders, technologies and operating demands, as well as how to think beyond a structure or object as a screen, and develop a big idea and plan that has a lasting impact.

Defining the key players
There are many players who are involved in conceptualizing, creating and appreciating stunning projection mapping displays. The following are some of the groups that come together for a typical installation, but this may vary depending on the project…

Read more from The Book of Transformations here…