Here are few reasons why I think it could be successful and helpful:
- IMAG does a fantastic job of visually amplifying meaning by transmitting facial expression and body language to the entire audience, even those at the very back of the room.
- IMAG will help people follow the dialogue and action by directing their eyes to the person speaking. This could be especially good for guests who may not already be familiar with our acting team's voices.
- We have three video screens in the auditorium, and those screens tend to serve better as content communicators than as set pieces.
- We have lined up our top guns for our camera and directing team. With a few rehearsals they could make this look fantastic.
- I think - though I'm not sure - that both my boss and the senior pastor would prefer to use it.