Two EIKI EK-612X projectors with AH-A22020 lenses facilitate Pepper’s Ghost effect Atlanta, GA – July 2019… Presented by the Center for Puppetry Arts from April 3rd through May 26th, Harold …
EK-800U 12,000 Lumen DLP projector delivers vivid imagery and more Jefferson, GA – April 2019…Jefferson City High School offers learning opportunities and academic instruction to more than 700 students in …
The Video that is linked below is Part of a Case Study Filmed at the Long Beach Buddhist Church Featuring Minister Gyokei Yokoyama. Portable free-standing projector screens play a huge …
Although Elite’s videographer documented the installation, the case study would remain incomplete until an authentic testimonial was acquired. For this, Miles Cooper, an actor at the Beverly Hills Playhouse sat …
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.
As a growing multigenerational church in south Fort Myers with a proud United Methodist heritage, Cypress Lake United Methodist Church recognizes the importance of keeping the varied members of its congregation engaged. As a means of accomplishing this, the church recently upgraded its video projection capabilities to make services more visually appealing. Adding to their current Eiki projection equipment, the church recently expanded their projection capabilities with two new Eiki LC-HDT700 HD Widescreen Projectors.
Creative Sound and Lighting Solutions of Cape Coral, FL, an AV installation company that is primarily focused on the House of Worship market, was contracted to design the system and deploy the new equipment. After meeting with church management to ascertain their goals and objectives, the team decided to repurpose the church’s two existing Eiki LC-XL200 LCD projectors while expanding their projection capabilities with the addition of the two new LC-HDT700 units. Rob Robinson, Creative Sound and Lighting Solutions’ system designer, discussed the project.
Muskoka Woods is a Christian youth resort that welcomes all young people to life-changing experiences. Muskoka Woods operates all year round on Lake Rosseau as a non-profit youth organization specializing in summer camp, school trips, church retreats, and leadership development experiences. Muskoka Woods is the ultimate destination for youth of all ages. With over 1,000 acres of property, 2,800 feet of shoreline on beautiful Lake Rosseau, world-class buildings and sports complexes, Muskoka Woods is one of the most respected premier residential camps in North America. Muskoka Woods offers a myriad of activities and, to provide the most engaging experience possible, management recently elected to deploy state-of-the-art projection technology drawn from the catalog of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA-based Eiki International, Incorporated.
As Muskoka Woods’ Production Manager, Colin Ray is responsible for ensuring all A/V equipment is in working order and updated as required, in addition to managing the sound, lighting, and video for all events on campus. He takes great pride in creating a fun, memorable atmosphere for the guests by designing all stages, props, and outdoor lighting to transform the resort for every meeting, event, concert or program that occurs. He discussed his decision to install Eiki’s LC-HDT2000 HD widescreen projector.
Striving to follow Christ in His mission of loving people, places, and taking responsibility to care for all of God’s creation, Christ Presbyterian Church assumes a pivotal role in the greater Nashville area. With both traditional and contemporary worship services, the church recently added video projection capabilities in its sanctuary so as to increase its ability to engage the congregation and make services more meaningful. Recognizing the importance of image quality and its ability to impact people, the church selected projectors drawn from the catalog of Eiki International.
Corner AV of Nashville, TN, a division of Corner Music, was contracted to design and deploy Christ Presbyterian Church’s new video projection system. After meeting with church management to ascertain their goals and expectations, the decision was made to deploy an Eiki LC-HDT2000 15,000 ANSI Lumens HD Widescreen Projector for the main display and an Eiki EIP-X5500 DLP® Projector for confidence monitoring. Bob Nickerson, Production Consultant for Corner AV, handles a combination of sales, system design, installation, and training. He discussed the nature of the project.
Guided by its mission to Love, Orar (Pray), Give, and Evangelize, St. Mark The Evangelist Catholic Church offers its congregation a wide range of ministries aimed at keeping its congregation actively involved for a rewarding religious experience. In order to help ensure that weekly services are engaging and meaningful to its congregation, the Church recently took delivery of projectors utilizing 3LCD+One technology drawn from the catalog of Eiki International, Inc.
Magnum Audio Group, Inc. of Tampa, FL was contracted to handle the installation of the church’s new projectors. After meeting with church management to determine its goals and expectations, Randi Crooks, the firm’s President, who oversees system design and implementation of the company’s projects, decided to deploy two Eiki LC-HDT700 7000 lumen ANSI projectors. He discussed his reasons for selecting Eiki.
When 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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