Everyone with photosensitive epilepsy has different triggers. While there are some generally accepted ranges of sensitivity, there is no guarantee that this member falls in this range. You could try slowing down or speeding up the color roll, but really, if you make a change it may bother someone else. So, not to be insensitive, but tell them if they can't handle a rock n roll style service, perhaps they should look into a traditional service. ~flame suit on~
I don't. Respectfully. The ADA requires a reasonable accommodation. If the lighting is part of the service it would not be considered reasonable to not have lights move or change colors. For example, if I use fog or strobe lights, I post that we do so, the patron may then make a decision as to if they want to attend or not. This is different than wheelchair access for example. It is reasonable to assume that providing wheel chair access would not materially change your artistic content. What if an artist wanted to do a performance with an artist in a pool? Would it be reasonable to require them to do it on dry land because someone who can't swim wanted to attend?
Ethan's mother, Kelly Yi, said there was no warning about the dangers of swallowing the coins.
*clip*One such compromise may be an alternative service with little or no flash and glitz. Working with the individual shows acceptance and is the right thing to do.
HiI would just like some ideas on what your take on this is.I have programmed a light sequence for praise where :LED Parcans Fade between Colors about once a second.LED Strip at foot of stage does likewise.Parcans facing the stage are on Medium brightness (constant).Chandeliers hanging on stage are on Dim (constant).2 Florescent fittings in the seating area on (to allow people to find seats if they arrive late).The OBY600U Stage Wash fitting (hanging from the center beam above the congregation) scans around the congregation itself (A nice fast pattern, changing color by rotating its color wheel - But not strobing or shuttering).On 2 occasions During the Praise, i was informed by a steward that the Oby (Which they all seem to call the 'Strobe Light' - Don't ask me why), but he said that it was affecting this specific member that has photosensitive epilepsy.I did not have any other sequence set, except for one that has all the lighting the same as above, but holds the OBY600 shuttered. So i had to change over to that sequence (to me it is very boring without the movement of the OBY).Anybody else have issues with Photosensitive Epileptic members / visitors, and how did/would you handle the situation.ThanksP
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