The chapel at Mount Saint Francis is a very challenging acoustical environment. It is large and circular, making all the perimeter walls a "parabolic reflector." Careful placement of new line array loudspeakers at precise angles keeps the acoustical energy from bouncing off the walls and ceiling and ruining speech intelligibility.
The video system is blended into the space with projectors concealed in the woodwork, shooting the images off-axis to custom screens that are placed strategically between the stained-glass windows. Using precise optics, the images are square, without projectors and wiring hanging in the middle of the chapel.