November 4, 2010
I. Using projectors during worship services A. Background and color contrast It is easiest to read projected text when the contrast is a solid, medium-blue background with plain, yellow letters. A darker background, (black, brown, or darker blue) with white or yellow letters creates a less clear contrast because it enhances glare that gives the effect of staring into a light bulb or a car’s headlights. It is harder to read projected text if the background contains objects, shading, patterns, pictures, areas of bright light, multiple colors, variable dark and light areas or lines, or any...
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