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OCEAN OPTICS: BOOTH #2343
SEACHANGER COLOR CHANGER
The SeaChanger is a dichroic color changer designed for a variety of entertainment lighting applications, in particular those where ETC Source Four® spotlights are specified. The unit consists of four filters — cyan, magenta, and yellow, plus a neutral density filter — in an 8.0"× 6.5" module that fits Source Four fixtures. Using a patented dichroic filter process, these filters can be configured in 100 million different positions, yielding a virtually endless variety of colors. A patented optical coating production method allows micron-scale precision patterning of dichroic coatings on a single substrate — such as a monolithic colored filter for stage lighting — with spatial resolution, transmission efficiency, sharp colors, and filter durability superior to dye-colored gels and other technologies. Software is included that matches the cyan-magenta-yellow combinations to more than 300 Rosco colored gel filters. Similar matching capabilities to GAM, Lee, and other colored gels will soon be available.
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TOTAL STRUCTURES: BOOTH #605
Two new trusses have been added to Total Structures' range of industry standard custom trusses. They are versions of the popular 12" and 20.5" box truss. The new ranges, Element 12 and Element 20, are compatible with the original Light Duty and Medium Duty designs. Engineering has significantly enhanced the strength of the 12" version both over short and longer spans. The range is designed in accordance with the ANSI E1.2 standard. As with all equipment manufactured by Total Structures, the new range is fabricated by certified welders and is subject to a stringent quality assurance procedure.
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ARTISTIC LICENCE: BOOTH #3138
Jump-Start is a small, hand-held RDM and DMX512 programmer. As the new Remote Device Management (RDM) protocol gains acceptance, the DIP switches on the rear of moving lights will gradually disappear — as RDM allows the lighting console to patch the lights. But what do you do if the lighting console is still in the truck? Or when you need to address a light in the workshop? Or if you want to check the temperature sensor? Jump-Start plugs into the DMX connector and displays all important information: start address, footprint, personality, sensors, temperature, voltage, lamp hours, etc. You can also plug it into the lighting rig and auto-patch all the lights. It can also ask the light to strike, dowse, or self-test, or it can operate as a straightforward DMX tester. Individual channels can be set to a level or they can ramp continuously. Channel settings can also be stored to memory. Talk time is around 12 hours, and standby time is about 6 months.
Artistic Licence (UK) Ltd.
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JAMES THOMAS ENGINEERING: BOOTH #400
The PixelPAR 90(A) is designed for interior and exterior architectural lighting and is equally applicable to stages and installations. The ergonomically styled housing is made from anodized aluminum, with a spun rear section. It is a completely self-contained unit featuring 90 solid state based Luxeon emitters in a solid state form. Features include 30 high intensity red, blue, and green Luxeon emitter diodes, proprietary (patents pending) heat management system, self-contained auto ranging 100-240VAC power supply, indicators for power status, data presence, and master/slave mode, and hanging yoke. The onboard digital microprocessor is accessible via user interface, either onboard or remotely, and provides a four-digit alpha numeric display, access to two sets of color pattern palettes, 31 sequences on each channel, speed variations, intensity levels and cross-fade rates for each channel of effects, selectable control mode for internal control, external DMX512 or a combination of the two, selectable resolution, and selectable DMX address.
James Thomas Engineering
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WEST SIDE SYSTEMS: BOOTH #1315
VIRTUAL LIGHT LAB
The VLL 3 is a computer simulation of a large stage lighting laboratory. Lighting design ideas can be explored, compared, presented, discussed, modified, and printed. It provides a way to demonstrate principles of lighting angles and additive color mixing, to explore the effects of color and composition in the context of stage lighting, to explain lighting ideas to a director or choreographer, or just to play in a very well-equipped small theatre. Models can be illuminated from 70 different angles, using a library of over 700 industry-standard filter colors, plus over 1,300 RGB and CMY color mixes. Colors can be changed instantly, light intensities set and balanced, and a breakup template can be dropped into any light. Multiple copies of models can be placed anywhere on the stage, and each copy can be painted with any color and can be lighted individually. A backdrop image can be lit behind them. The stage setups can be recorded as scenes and played back for review and discussion. VLL3 is compatible with Macintosh OSX, Windows 98, ME, 2000, and XP.
Future Light, Inc.
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DOUG FLEENOR DESIGN, INC.: BOOTH #1821
DMX COFFEE POT, MARK II
“Finally!” is the word Doug Fleenor Design uses to reintroduce the DMX Coffee Pot, first debuted at LDI in 1997 and now available for purchase. Previously only available by lease, the company follows the lead of many moving light companies by allowing their technology to be purchased out-right. Operation of the Mark II has been simplified, featuring internal termination (there is no feed through) and remote address setting (there is no DMX address switch). Remote address setting is accomplished via RDM making this the first (and only) RDM Coffee Pot, as well. Watch out, Krups!
Doug Fleenor Design, Inc.
Arroyo Grande, CA
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TIMES SQUARE LIGHTING: BOOTH #1219
C16H 12V MR16
This miniature fixture accepts low voltage MR16 lamps from 20-75W. Lamps come in a variety of beam spreads, and numerous accessories and mounting options are available. For architectural and retail applications, the unit is UL listed and available in 220V and 277V versions. A dimmer option is also available.
Times Square Lighting
Stony Point, NY
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STRONG ENTERTAINMENT LIGHTING: BOOTH #1024
Radiance is a durable, lightweight followspot with a new “yoke” design, which allows for unobstructed access to the fixture while providing smooth tilt movement. Strong has drawn on experience from many years of producing the Super Trouper followspot to launch a fixture with advanced operator ergonomics. The “insta-focus” feature allows operators to adjust focus with a twist of the zoom control, while the True Zoom Focus (“TZF”) system eliminates the difficulty of holding focus during zoom movements. Either a Philips MSR/MSD 2500 or 1200 powers the unit. Operator controls include a nichrome steel iris, a set of horizontal and vertical shutter blades, and a “dimming” iris. Also included is a six-color, self-canceling boomerang-style color changer.
Strong Entertainment Lighting
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WHITE LIGHT: BOOTH #2639
DIGITAL FESTOON SYSTEM
The Digital Festoon System is a rethinking of conventional festoon lighting that allows each lamp along a festoon to be individually dimmed, giving the possibility of creating a variety of lighting displays from apparently simple strings of lights. The system can be programmed using a laptop or controlled from a DMX lighting console for integration with a lighting rig. Carrying both 48V lamp power and DMX using a patented data System, up to 200 lamps can be individually controlled on a single cable from each power unit.
White Light USA Inc.
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ROSE BRAND: BOOTHS #1412, 1612
Rose Brand presents SoftLED™, from Main Light Industries, combining the advantages of LEDs, digital animation, and computer processing as well as interface technologies. Patented Chromacore® technology from Color Kinetics allows RGB LED nodes mounted in a Rose Brand Encore Velour™ drape to be individually controlled. Available with custom drapery, it can be manufactured to specific applications. SoftLED is delivered fully operational and ready to hang. While generating a sizeable display when in use, it is compact and lightweight, typically weighing less than 150 lbs. A crew of two can strike, fold, and store a 16'×33' SoftLED curtain in less than 30 minutes.
New York, NY
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ELEMENT LABS: BOOTH #449
The NeoFlex™ range of LED-based, flexible, fixtures are LED-powered tubes that look remarkably like neon. The tubes are easy to install, durable, low maintenance, consume 70% less power than neon, and have a longer life. A row of LEDs placed inside a special diffusing plastic tube creates smooth light output with high intensity and no hot spots. The product can be cut to custom lengths. The product's energy efficiency, safety, and durability make it suitable for some applications where neon may not be an option. The light tubes come in two intensities — standard and high output — and a range of standard colors including red, green, blue, and amber. High and low voltage versions — 240VAC, 120VAC, 24VDC — are available.
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ROSCO LABORATORIES: BOOTH #2608
Take your paperwork anywhere with LPS Mobile from Rosco, allowing you to view and edit lighting paperwork from your Pocket PC PDA. It can read/write files from the LPS desktop application and import/export to comma- or tab-separated files for use with other paperwork and drafting programs. It includes most of the functionality of LPS Pro, including the ability to completely edit paperwork. The Unit Type Wizard, Color Wizard, and Template Wizards are all included, as are the Color Scroller and Gobo Rotator Wizards.
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SGM: BOOTH #2412
The Idea Line is comprised of four models each fitted with either a 250W or 575W discharge lamp: Idea Spot 250, Idea Wash 250, Idea Spot 575, and Idea Wash 575. The Idea Spot 575 utilizes a Philips MSR 575/2 lamp, has three selectable beam angles (13°, 18°, and 21°), and has motorized focus. It is fitted with an eight color plus white dichroic color wheel; seven indexable interchangeable gobos; and a three-facet rotating prism. With a pan of 540° and a tilt of 320°, the Idea Spot 575 can pan in 3.9 seconds and tilt in 2.6 seconds.
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LEE FILTERS: BOOTH #2108
THE 700 SERIES
The latest additions to the 700 series came from input from the studio, architectural, and theatrical fields of lighting design. Sheets are 21" × 24"; rolls are 48" × 25'. Lee can also turn these new colors into quick rolls or fluorescent sleeves. New colors include: 770 Burnt Yellow, 749 Hampshire Rose (frost), 747 Easy White, 744 Dirty White, 736 Twickenham Green, 723 Virgin Blue, 708 Cool Lavender, 701 Provence, 199 Regal Blue, and 049 Medium Purple.
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LIGHTING & ELECTRONICS, INC.: BOOTH #1409
THE LITTLE DIPPER™
The Little Dipper™ is a 575W floodlight designed to provide the same illumination quality as a traditional scoop fixture but with the goal of being lighter, smaller, and more cost effective to operate. Similar to the scoop, The Little Dipper gives coverage of a broad area with an even, diffuse wash of light. Light is a wide angle, round beam that provides a soft and smooth field of light and color. The fixture uses the medium two-pin series of lamps, one of the most common lamp series in use, for greater availability at lower operating costs.
Lighting & Electronics, Inc.
Wappingers Falls, NY
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MA LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY: BOOTH #2605
grandMA video is a software-based media server for the grandMA range of lighting control consoles. It uses a Windows PC to facilitate control of video and still images directly from a grandMA console. A fully integrated part of the grandMA network system, it requires minimum setup and configuration due to bi-directional communication between the console and the software. The software enables a console operator to control and alter videos, still images, and three-dimensional objects in real time from a grandMA console. Images can be manipulated in multiple ways and in the same intuitive manner as a lighting fixture is manipulated from the console. The capabilities of the program, such as the number of layers, depend on the Windows XP computer used to run the software.
MA Lighting Technology
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ROBE SHOW LIGHTING: BOOTH #2712
COLORWASH 1200E AT
The ColorWash 1200E AT moving head wash light comes complete with a CMY color mixing system; variable CTO; two color wheels, each with six easily replaceable slots for colors and effects; a combined dimmer/shutter and many more features. The zoom has a range of 7°-50°, depending on the lens type used, and the electronic ballast enables features like flicker-free operation, extended lamp life, and power-saving mode. A large LCD display enables quick operation, while an Ethernet connection offers additional connectability. The low noise of this fixture makes it applicable to large theatres, live productions, television shows, and other installations, from multi-purpose venues to large clubs.
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PROJECTMAKER: BOOTH #1802
PROJECTMAKER VERSION 2
ProjectMaker Software has released Version 2 of its business and inventory management software. A free, fully functional 30-day demo for Mac OS 9 and X or Windows XP is available to download. The original version of ProjectMaker has been in use for over 10 years. Version 2 is the culmination of two years of intensive development and testing. The software is a multi-user business management system designed for the special event and entertainment industries. Based on FileMaker Pro™, it offers built-in remote access, multi-level security, and password admission in a cross-platform, server-based environment.
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OPTILED: BOOTH #624
OptiLED's new low voltage dimmable LED lamp can be used in most home and entertainment lighting environments — plugged in like an ordinary MR16 halogen lamp — for decorative or functional purposes. The optically enhanced LED provides high intensity illumination with dimming capabilities allowing for creative color mixing and blending, as well as better controlled, better lit surfaces, angles, and walls. Solid state lights use less than half the energy of regular bulbs, are easier on the eyes, and the controlled directional light provides options in atmospheric and mood changing creativity.
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LIGHT N TRAX, INC.: BOOTH #547
Empowered by Bead*light® micro-lenses, this new lighting system creates unique, safe, RGB LED, high definition animations. The first product from the ice*lighting™ range is a batten of eight hexagonal tiles, linearly arranged. Each batten consists of 384 RGB pixels (a total of 1152 light emitters) with each pixel individually controllable. When this array is merged with the Bead*light® Technologies (patents pending) diffusion system, containing over 300,000 micro lenses per batten, the result is high definition images or flows of color. The Bead*light® provides little attenuation of light and enables a viewing angle of at least 140°. Multiple control methods (keypad/DMX 512/ice*lighting™ server) can be used, depending on the application and the software. The “crash cage” houses an on-board computer and multiple microcontrollers, and the product design, including Telectra's advanced thermal management techniques, allows screens to be created from interlocking battens.
Light N Trax, Inc.
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STRAND LIGHTING INC.: BOOTH #3216
Accent controls offer two, four, and eight presets and are stand alone lighting systems that fit standard single gang back boxes. Each station outputs up to 48 DMX channels that may be recorded into two, four, or eight preset scenes. Each preset can have its own unique fade time with all levels and times programmed by the slim infrared remote. A remote is provided with each station, and it can be used to playback or record any of the presets available on each station. Up to eight stations may be linked on a single DMX cable, and they can be set up as either single stations in a series of up to eight rooms, or they may be combined into groups of multi-station rooms as needed.
Strand Lighting Inc.
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AMERICAN DJ: BOOTH #2000
SCAN TRON 250
The Scan Tron 250 is an upgraded version of the DMX-protocol Scan Tron “two-in-one” effect. Like its predecessor, it converts from a scanner to a color changer with gobos by removing its detachable X-Y mirror head. Many new, enhanced features are also offered: a 250W lamp; improved optics with a large 19∞ beam angle for lower ceilings; a digital display for setting DMX addresses; and two built-in, instant light shows (no controller required). Other enhancements include: a high-velocity cooling fan, and a lightweight electronic transformer. Equipped with five DMX channels, other features include six colors, plus white, and 11 gobos, plus spot, plus one quad-color. Operation is possible in sound active mode, and the unit is also linkable with other units via XLR. Circuit breaker protection is included, as well as a ZB-ELC10 250W Phillips lamp.
Los Angeles, CA
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AVOLITES AMERICA: BOOTH #2020
The eDMX system transfers DMX data across a Wi-Fi radio link, completely removing the need for DMX data cables. eDMX units are easily addressed and user-configured, either as transmitters or receivers, allowing the fast set up of “Point-to-Point,” “Point-to-Multipoint,” or “Multipoint to Multipoint” DMX data transmission systems. Each transmitter/receiver pair relays data for one DMX universe at full speed, with ranges of up to 1km. Deployment is totally user definable — one per light, one per pipe or truss, or just one to overcome the front of house data leap. Any eDMX unit may be instantly set as a transmitter or a receiver. Working across multiple networks, each unit contains its own unique addressing protocol, and each can be set to receive data from a different universe for multiple universe situations. In addition, each can act as a pre-patch unit, saving users from having to readdress the moving light in situ. A complete built-in web server can be used to view system configurations and channel signal-to-noise ratios.
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ELATION PROFESSIONAL: BOOTH #2000
UV Wash is an ultraviolet fixture designed for mobile use and rentals. Weighing just 11lbs, the unit uses a compact fluorescent UV lamp instead of the typical gas discharge lamps, which require a heavy transformer to operate. It has a strong aluminum case, and a shatterproof glass cover protects the lamp from breaking. Its 100W, 120V lamp operates on low amperage, but it's still bright enough to give full coverage at 25'. Reflective glass mirrors amplify brightness and widen span without drawing additional power. The lamp itself has a life expectancy of 1,000 hours. Other features include die-cast aluminum sides, adjustable hanging bracket, convection-cooled vents, 2-Amp fuse breaker, and a grounded Edison socket.
Los Angeles, CA
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AC LIGHTING INC.: BOOTH #1415
CHROMA-Q™ COLOR BLOCK DB4
The Chroma-Q™ Color Block DB4 is a block of four DMX-controlled color mixing LED lights which allows users to create a complete LED system using stock of just one generic fixture type. Four independently controllable clusters of red, green, and blue high power LEDs provide improved color brightness and light output levels. Optical chains incorporate advanced beam spreading technology, while minimizing lumen loss, resulting in an even color mix across the beam and a dispersion angle of approximately 20°. HSI control allows separate control of hue, saturation, and intensity of each LED cluster. A built-in variable effects engine allows a variable range of dynamic color and effects parameters, including color spread, scroll, grouping, step, strobe, color roll, speed, fade (up/down), and resolution. Quiet cooling fans are on board, and lamp life is up to 25,000 hours. Power supplies control five units and include a digital display for menu selection and on-board memory for manual storage and playback of lighting looks in stand-alone mode. The unit is manufactured using technology under license from Color Kinetics Inc.
AC Lighting Inc.
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VARI-LITE: BOOTH #2600
The VL3500™ Spot and VL3500™Q Spot are 1200W fixtures with an automated shutter system consisting of four shutters on two planes, allowing blades to be operated independently or in unison on the two planes. This, combined with the opposing chamfers, allows focus on all four blades at once. Shutters allow designers to harness control of light beam — shuttering off a doorframe or a set piece, for example. The fixtures have 11 total gobos — five rotating and six static. The same gobos and carriers can be used in all Series 3000 fixtures, as all are interchangeable. The fixtures are available in the “Q” version, which has a 50% quieter fan noise for situations where silence is critical.
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MODE STUDIOS: BOOTH #2744
Media Modes™ are themed collections of digital content created for use in media servers. The first three collections in the Media Modes series are Vegas Baby™, Crack House™, and Big Backdrops 1™. Vegas Baby features full motion clips of glittering light walls, chasing neon shapes, and retro Vegas graphics. Crack House includes gritty streets, dark industrial gloom, and graphics that travel a seamier side. Big Backdrops 1 provides theatrical designers with high definition panoramic scenic backdrops. The collections will be available individually, with a special purchase price for all three. Further collections already in the works.
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WYBRON: BOOTH #2208
NEXERA CDM FIXTURES
The Nexera family of dichroic CMY color mixing luminaires now features a CDM source. The ceramic metal halide models offer a 10,000-hour lamp life and full mechanical dimming (via a fourth flag in the color module). Compact 150W lamps provide even illumination across a slightly cooler color temperature. These fixtures have been designed for venues with concerns for safety and lower maintenance budgets, such as churches and schools. The convection cooling system allows for virtually silent operation while maintaining optimal light output.
Colorado Springs, CO
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CHAUVET LIGHTING: BOOTH #3220
COLORflex™ is a highly flexible, LED-lit linear lighting device and an alternative to both rope lighting and neon lighting. It looks like gas neon but is safer, more durable, and can be used outdoors. It can be bent to a minimum radius of 4cm and cut every 2.5' or 1.5', depending on the color. A row of evenly spaced LEDs encapsulated in oval-shaped jackets gives out a uniform light with neon-like brightness. COLORflex is shockproof, virtually impregnable, easily transportable, and energy-efficient. Only a few tools are required for design field and installation. Life span is about 100,000 hours. It can operate on either 24VDC or 120VC using an adapter and is packaged in 90' rolls. The product will ship in blue and red versions, starting in November.
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GE LIGHTING: BOOTH #2217
SHOWBIZ® CSR METAL HALIDE LINE
GE Consumer & Industrial-Lighting debuts the GE CSR18000/SE/HR lamp, the first 18,000W, single-ended lamp for the film industry. Designed for use in PAR fixtures to deliver maximum output, GE will show the lamp in a Mole Richardson fixture. Another addition is the CSR800/SE/HR lamp. Together, the two new lamps give GE a range of single-ended, hot re-strike lamps. More details will be available at the show.
GE Consumer & Industrial - Lighting
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LOOK SOLUTIONS: BOOTH #1228
TOURING UNIQUE HAZER
Look Solutions' water-based hazer, the Unique, is now available as a touring version. The new unit is built into an ATA flight case and can be operated without taking it out of the case — just remove the lid and plug it in. Warm up time is only one minute. You can create a variety of amounts of water-based haze by utilizing the stand-alone controls or an analog or DMX controller. The pump and fan can be adjusted separately in steps of 1%. The hazer is practically silent, and the LED display and intuitive symbols allow for easy operation, while three handles provide for convenient transporting and storage. Special fluid yields an optimal haze effect with minimal fluid consumption (the two liter canister lasts, around 50 hours). Warranty period is one year.
Look Solutions USA Ltd.
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WIRELESS SOLUTION: BOOTH #1043
W-DMX is a new wireless DMX system developed by Wireless Solution AB in Sweden. Most systems for sending wireless DMX transpose the data onto a proprietary standard such 802.11 (W-LAN) and use compliant wireless equipment for the data transmission. However, interference from other local wireless networks, including Bluetooth equipment, can be a problem. The W-DMX is a plug and play unit free from interference from other products in the 2.45GHz band. Using the mobile telephone GSM technology in the 2.45GHz licence-free band, the W-DMX avoids many of the problems of ordinary wireless networking products. The products are all DMX512A- and RDM-ready, and the firmware can be updated using a separate data channel, which is also used for system set up. Up to 8192 receivers can be controlled from one system. Ranges of up to 30km are possible (US Spec equipment only) with up to 12km in Europe. The product will be exhibited at the SGM Light Technology booth.
Wireless Solution AB
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SELECON LIGHTING: BOOTH #3129
PACIFIC 45-75 ELLIPSOIDAL ZOOMSPOT
With a super wide zoom range, adjustable between 45° and 75°, the Pacific 45-75 offers an energy-efficient fixture with an active heat management system providing longer life for filters and shutters. From a throw of 13', it delivers a beam adjustable from 11' to 20' in diameter, allowing full body shots from close in side-stage positions or for texturing a complete set using only a few fixtures. The beam is a crisp “white” light with little or no distortion in the range of 45°-65°, ideal for precision beam control and pattern projection. Additional features include two pattern/iris mounting positions; rotatable lens tube; automatic disconnection of power on removal of lamp module; and a height-adjustable yoke.
Forest Hill, MD
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DESIGN AND DRAFTING: BOOTH #3007
LD ASSISTANT 04
LD Assistant 04 is optimized for theatrical and entertainment lighting design, helping designers create plots, animations, presentations, and control of lighting systems. With the release of 04, designers can control dimmers, moving lights, motorized curtain tracks, counter weights, chain hoists, self-climbers, and consoles, all from within the CAD program. Any object in the drawing can also be controlled using an external source DMX channel. Other applications for the new technology apply. LD Assistant offers advanced DMX and Ethernet control with high-end lighting and rendering tools in a full 2D/3D CAD program. Rendering tools include atmospheric lighting and lens effects, volume light (smoke in the beam), and lens effects (glow, ring, noise, secondary, star and streak). Lighting, animation, and control wizards are included to ensure getting started quickly.
Design and Drafting
Oak Lawn, IL
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APOLLO DESIGN TECHNOLOGY, INC.: BOOTH #2720
SMART COLOR™ COLOR CHANGERS
Apollo Design Technology, Inc. introduces the Smart Color™ line of color changers. One operational feature that sets the single channel Smart Color apart is the continuous, bi-directional scroll mode that doesn't require a lighting console. To save the user time and money, Apollo ships these scrollers with a pre-installed mounting plate and gel shield and pre-loads the gel string. Based on recommendations from experienced scroller users, Smart Colors are lightweight and utilize precision motor bearings for quiet operation and available with 5.25", 7.25", and 10" apertures that maximize light output. A universal mounting plate that adjusts between 5 3/4"-10" to fit all ellipsoidal and many wash fixtures is also available for the Smart Color 7.25.
Apollo Design Technology, Inc.
Fort Wayne, IN
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MARTIN PROFESSIONAL: BOOTHS #850, 855, 1256
MAXEDIA DIGITAL MEDIA COMPOSER
Maxedia is a media server capable of handling digital media including images, video, 3D graphics, etc., output as a video signal to video/plasma screens or any type of video image projector. With a stocked media library for access to special effects, Maxedia incorporates 3D effects and mapping (bitmap or video), real-time layer manipulation, and various playback and real-time transition effects. The system includes integrated DMX control, providing full control of both lighting and video elements. It runs up to a maximum of 20 layers simultaneously and offers 3D effects with many real-time manipulation features. Programming is done on the system itself, as opposed to using DMX alone, and playback is then completed via DMX. However, programming and playback can be done without the use of a DMX lighting console. No more than 25 DMX channels are used.
www.martin.com or www.maxedia.com
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COLOR KINETICS: BOOTH #3227
ICOLOR® MR G2
Color Kinetics Incorporated introduces iColor® MR g2, an intelligent, color-changing lamp that uses high-power LEDs to generate saturated bursts of color from most standard MR16 fixtures and sockets. The lamp facilitates both new and retrofit installations. Its standard MR16 bi-pin connectors and matte chrome finish make it adaptable to a variety of applications. iColor MR g2 is controllable via standard DMX controllers and supported by PDS-70mr, a new integrated power/data supply designed specifically for use with this lamp. This IP66-rated device supports DMX or Ethernet controls, as well as pre-programmed effects. One PDS-70mr powers up to 14 iColor MR g2 lamps.
Color Kinetics Inc.
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CITY THEATRICAL, INC.: BOOTH #2221
The WDS OEM™ is part of the company's Wireless Data System, a group of transmitters, receivers, and dimmers that send and receive DMX without cables.The WDS OEM™ is a tiny module (66×50×12mm) for manufacturers, suitable for building into any DMX device to allow it to run without data wires. Devices such as moving lights, individual dimmers, dimmer racks, DMX relays, and LED lighting fixtures can be controlled by any DMX console without running DMX cables.
City Theatrical, Inc.
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HIGH END SYSTEMS: BOOTH #3249
Hog® iPC is a full-featured lighting controller with an integrated PC motherboard running Windows XP Embedded. As part of the Wholehog® III family, it operates using Hog3PC software and is also backward-compatible with the discontinued Hog2PC software. It comes with two external 12" touchscreens, four universes of DMX output, Timecode input, MIDI input/output, internal hard drive, internal CDRW drive and five USB connectors. All programming capabilities are the same as the Wholehog III. Users can network with other Hog iPC consoles, Wholehog III consoles, and Hog3PC computers. Additionally, users can use the Remote Focus functionality with a networked Hog3PC computer or tablet PC. Programming, Playback, and Expansion wings connect to Hog iPC via USB connectors. Shows programmed on Hog iPC and Wholehog 3 are fully interchangeable (up to eight universes).
High End Systems
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