Angela Yee from University Covenant Church in Davis, California brings us this great, twisty use of fabric.Angela used simple white spandex hung in pairs. She lit it from above using Fresnel lights and from below using Par Cans. The gels were various shades of blue and pink.They used cinder blocks to hold down the bottom. They tied the tops to poles (booms) using griff clips and black rope.The job took more than 10 man-hours. Check out Angela's blog post for more on the process.
If all goes well, Dr. Dake from Stanford will be performing his clinical trials on CCSVI later this year. I have been on the waiting list since '09. Carolyn Johnson -- a reporter and anchor from my local ABC station -- did the story and interviewed Carol Schumacher. Tonight, Dake will be moderating a symposium in the Bay Area that is open to the public.