LAS VEGAS, Nevada — HARMAN’s Martin Professional today announced the immediate availability of the RUSH MH 5 Profile. The RUSH MH 5 Profile is a compact and bright LED profile moving head with efficient optics to punch out a variety of effects and colors. With two color wheels, two gobo wheels and rotating prism the MH 5 Profile offers full effects in a super compact housing, making it perfect for DJs, bands, clubs, bars, cruise ships and installations where small footprint and low weight is critical.
LUMINEX Network Intelligence, a Belgium-based developer of lighting control, pro audio and video data distribution equipment for the entertainment industry, will showcase its latest product developments, GigaCore 16RFO, GigaCore RPSU and GigaCore firmware V2, at LDI 2014 in Booth 1366.
NEW YORK, New York — It’s all about glitz and glam in Robbie Williams’, Swings Both Ways Tour, which started in May and ends this September. The stage design is theatrical in every possible way. The lighting design, by Mark Cunniffe, is the perfect accompaniment to an inspired stage design and features a substantial rig by HARMAN’s Martin Professional, which is also the first major outing for lighting supplier NEG EARTH’s new stock of MAC Quantum Wash.
Now on tour in the UK and in residence in New York, The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night continues to impress audience members with its magic. RC4 Wireless is proud to have helped the National Theatre’s artistic team realize their stellar vision, with the power of RC4 showing through dramatically in the show’s finale....More
The Quartz is the newest and most cost-effective member of the Titan console range, featuring a bright, 12.1" built-in touchscreen, the latest onboard processing, and the flexibility of Titan Net connectivity....More
The NEO lighting control console gives designers and operators the ability to grab, move, change color, and motivate the lighting design using many time-saving features that allow the user to program faster and more accurately....More
Fifty-three contestants walked the walk on stage at Boardwalk Hall when the 88th "Miss America Pageant" returned to Atlantic City in September. Two dozen Clay Paky Sharpy Wash fixtures were on hand from Atomic Lighting in Lititz, Pennsylvania for the gala telecast on ABC Television.