Atlanta Church Moves to NanoLumens LED Screens

Atlanta Church Moves to NanoLumens LED Screens

Large windows and projection often present rather large challenges. For Perimeter Church, it had for years been utilizing two side projection screens, but Perimeter technical director Steve Simmons noted how about two years ago, the church’s pastor, Randy Pope, “did a study on comprehension,” thinking about a change. Following that research, the pastor determined the need to transition from projection to LED screens at the church, while also planning to add a center screen.

Simmons noted how the church, located in Johns Creek, a northeast suburb of Atlanta, with its “floor to ceiling windows,” regularly contended with significant shadows when using projection, he said. After changing to LED, “The first thing you noticed with our (new NanoLumens NanoSlim Engage 2.5mm pixel-pitch) side screens was how bright things and vivid they were compared to projection. Now we can open the blinds, and the video stays sharp. Our dynamic range of our video was also significantly improved, to where nothing is washed out on the images.”

How the LED displays improved church services.

2016-08-02T15:34:36+00:00Tags: |