Two years ago the British Heart Foundation released one of the funniest how to’s ever: How to do hands only CPR with famous British soccer player-turned-actor Vinnie Jones (who is known for playing tough bad guys by the way). Set to the music of Staying Alive, it showed how to do CPR in an hilarious, but easy to remember way.
If you are mixing the Sunday morning worship service and you need to dampen the toms, but turn-up your female backup vocals, what do you do?
Do you fade your toms down and your female backup vocals up? Or does your EQ simply need adjusting?
The frequency chart below, shared on Google+ by Tim Adams, is a great resource to print out and keep near your church soundboard:
LEGOs make EVERYTHING better. Well, except when they are left on the floor in a dark room when I’m walking barefoot.
A California seventh grader, Shubham Banerjee, used a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 set to create a prototype printer that uses traditional calculator paper to generate braille text! What makes this concept so valuable are the potential cost savings and the relative ease of construction.
Pretty awesome; it’s also quite inspirational that this kid seems to really have a heart for helping disenfranchised people at such a young age:
The leadership has asked you to tell them how much it will cost to get a live stream of the service out to the Internet…now what?!?!?
Ok, first off, you’ll need to figure out your signal flow. Let’s assume that you’ve got a couple video cameras, some kind of recorder (hard drive-based, flash- or solid-state-based, or DVD), and a switcher. These are the basics of any video ministry system.
Giant retro robots you say?
Only giant with the power of some cool video editing and effects.
It’s been a while since I was this excited about a Church Tech Snack Pack. There’s a lot of yummy goodness this week, enjoy!
These 3D animated GIFs are amazing!
But what gives them this 3D effect? Is it some fancy app or expensive software?
It’s a simple optical illusion.