Wireless Solutions has appointed Space Engineering Works (SEW) as its exclusive entertainment distributor for the W-DMX range in Japan. Their first appearance on the World Lighting Fair in Tokyo was very successful. The complete W-DMX range follows the Japanese standard for Radio Frequency.
SEW also supplied W-DMX equipment for there national tour of Def Tech "Lokahi Lani-Catch the Wave." The lighting design was by Yoshiaki KUBO and equipment used for the tour included:
9 SGM Giotto Synthesis with built in W-DMX
10 High End Studio Spot 575
10 SGM Giotto Wash 400
21 G-LEC LED Wall
1 Vector Blue
4 W-DMX Transmitter S-1
13 W-DMX Reciever R-512
22 2 Mole Blinder
44 PAR 64 VN
1 Wholehog II console
W-DMX is a reliable, compact and easy-to-use wireless DMX512 solution for architectural, theatrical and corporate events. Because W-DMX can be used to cover distances of over 3,000 feet (900 meters) using the standard antenna, with an optional larger antenna making distances of over 18 miles (30 kilometers) possible, it is the ideal solution for large-scale events.
W-DMX is the only product for wireless DMX that is dual award winning, first at PLASA in 2004 and again at LDI in 2005. The system has recently been used with tremendous success at The Nobel Prize Banquet in Stockholm, the Olympic Ceremonies in Turin, and Cirque de Soleil's traveling show, Delirium