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Sound, Lighting and Video: A Resource for Worship by Brad Herring

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CHAPTER 22

Front Projections vs. Rear Projection

When projecting video, you ultimately have two choices on how to do it – front projection or rear projection. Both present their own positive and negative points. In general, a House of Worship that can do rear projection is usually better served to do so.

REAR PROJECTION

Rear projection offers the neatest install option. The projectors are located behind the screen and out of sight. The screen has a magical “flat panel” look and is often built into the décor of the facility. This cohesive design offers a full compliment to the room.

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FIGURE 22.1 Rear projector set up.

Rear projection also needs ...

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