Sitting in a booth at the National Religious Broadcaster's Convention in Nashville.
I am in front of a green screen. I'm being shot with a high end camera with a weird green ring on it. I can see myself in the monitor, but... Volia! With the wonders of modern technogy, the Tricaster is putting me in a high end set. Part of that high end set includes a stream of live video from the show. That robotic camera is perched atop of the trussing surrounding our booth and can be controlled easily by soneone on the floor.
Additionally, on my lap is a computer connected to the web through a wireless adaptor. So, I am writing this blog while I am on screen. I have opened a tab where I can see myself on webTV as the Tricaster streams me out to the web.
Matt is taking photos with his digital camera that is part of his phone. He is dropping one of my photos into an image of the outside of the convention center. He will forward them to my e-mail account and then I will upload them into this blog.
Isn't technology incredible?
And here are the photos..
Here we are at NRB!
The robotic camera on our trussing
The weird green ring that goes on the front of the camera makes the green screen really work well!
Here is me, my good friends Ginger Haan and Julie Tomsett. Julie is also my sister!