Five years before “The Passion of the Christ”, “The Omega Code” proved faith-based films could draw a crowd. Without major studio backing it earned $2.3 million in opening weekend receipts. A marketing campaign conducted by Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), the Christian cable television station founded by Jan and Paul Crouch, was responsible for the turnout.
Today, “The Omega Code” is one of five movies to run daily at TBN’s Virtual Reality Theater (VRT) in Miami, and three other TBN locations.
The design and installation of the A/V and control systems are by RK Roden.
All show elements are controlled by Alcorn McBride devices such as the V16+ show controller and IO64 discrete input/output expander. Lighting is controlled by an Alcorn McBride DMX Machine. The Alcorn McBride Digital Binloop is used for audio playback. Finally, a WEBster Internet interface enables Roden to remotely control, monitor, or download new programs to the show controllers from anywhere across the Internet.