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Uniting old and new with wireless technology

RG Jones installed a wireless AV system into St Marylebone Church, London using the latest in wireless technology.

  • Uniting old and new with wireless technology
  • Uniting old and new with wireless technology

The system comprised of a wireless Cannon HD video camera which transmits wirelessly to two projectors.  The camera can be used anywhere within the main church building.  RG Jones Project Engineer James Tremayne chose the Terradek Bolt for the wireless HDMI transmission, Cannon HD camera, Panasonic projectors and Sapphire Electric rising screens.

James explains; “The biggest issue was getting the screen units to blend into the fabric of the building when not in use, but we found the solution in the end”.

Aside from the simplicity of being able to move the camera around easily, there are many aesthetic benefits to considering a wireless solution, not least ensuring we do not detract from the original features that hint towards the buildings past life.  Houses of Worship are often listed building’s, and this can make it impossible to carry out certain upgrades. The final solution can then end up being something simpler and less effective.

These buildings were formally used for a very different purpose and designed purely with that end use in mind.  Architects of the day would not have considered a building would require such facilities.  At RG Jones we are committed to finding innovative solutions through technology to ensure we can harmoniously unite modern day with the past.

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