Leaving your lights out in the weather has always been a brave, if not foolhardy, gamble; but never more so than when your fixture is crammed full of electronics and small motors. The robotic luminaire is a device just begging to be used in exterior architectural and production applications, but is far too valuable to be left out in the weather like a cheap PAR can. The 90s saw the weatherproof luminaire housing change from being a utilitarian, custom-built structure to a stylish ...

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