BrickBlaster Pros Light Up Caesar's Casino Nightclub

img_4645.jpgAmesbury, MA. – March 5, 2012 - Aurora Sound & Light Design provided the sound, light and video design and integration for the 21 Bar located inside of Caesar's Casino in Atlantic City. For the project Aurora needed a versatile, low profile fixture to provide high impact color washes and general ambient lighting inside the club. Aurora selected the BRICKBLASTER Pro RGBW fixture mounted on Halo track to provide color to the space. All lighting elements in the club are controlled via DMX using an E.cue system with a glass touch panel.

Track mounted BRICKBLASTER Pro fixtures look like standard track fixtures but provide the ability to generate any color via standalone or DMX512 control. They are great for low ceiling height applications and in space constrained designs; a variety of standard 120VAC track mounting adaptors are available for use on existing or new track installations. A new integrated power and DMX data track option is also available from The Black Tank.

“The design has been a big success, from the owner, to the architect and most importantly the customers, who frequently comment on the ‘cool lighting'”, says Ian.

The BRICKBLASTER Pro RGBW contains red, green, blue and white LEDs to allow it to generate saturated colors along with pastel and white light tones. It is ideal for use in entertainment applications along with themed environment, club and architectural installations.

For more information on the BRICKBLASTER Pro LED fixture family visit www.theblacktank.com.

ABOUT THE BLACK TANK

The Black Tank (www.theblacktank.com) is an LED fixture manufacturer dedicated to making innovative fixtures that work in a range of applications – including entertainment, theatrical, TV/film, museum and architectural. The BRICKBLASTER Pro LED fixture series is versatile and extremely compact and units are available in color changing, tunable white and UV black light configurations.

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