What do you do when you need a screen and the only suitable spot is where 20 foot heritage-listed organ is located? Open Box Technology loves a good challenge! Check out what we did at Ashfield Presbyterian!
Weddings are a wonderful and joyous event. However, in the 2020 world of pandemics and social distancing, live streaming is one more thing to stress about when creating the perfect day. Don’t worry, Open Box Technology is here to help.
Recently, Open Box Technology (OBT) was asked by Kirk Place Presbyterian to tidy and simplify their existing system as well as install multiple screens in their auditorium space that could cater various functions and uses.
With the recent Coronavirus outbreak and recommendations to limit gathering sizes, churches are having to rethink how they conduct regular gatherings. With increasing uncertainty over whether churches may be able to gather at all, it is increasingly necessary to consider online video options. This guide aims to provide some practical considerations when thinking about video and live streaming options, along with advice on the technical aspects of online video production.
St John’s Ashfield engaged Open Box Technology (OBT) to supply an AV system for their new Ministry Centre hall. The brief required that minimal equipment intrude on the space as hall will be used in a variety of ways and needs to be flexible. The system also needed to be very easy to use and quick to set up.