It was the first time Visual Productions exhibited at the BPM 2009 show in Birmingham (UK) trade show for DJ's and other live performers.
It's a compact show, situated in only one the NEC's halls, but the exhibition was well organized and the attendance was impressive. During two days of non-stop product demonstrations and explaining the possibilities of Cuelux, we received great feedback from the UK market.
Lighting installer Turific supplied and programmed a VisualDMX system for the new Metrostation "Rotterdam Centraal" controlling more than 170 LED fixtures using 2 Frontiers. The installation makes use of the Action Editor in VisualDMX to automatically run scheduled actions and the Frontiers act as a backup system thanks to the stand-alone feature.
Visual Productions exhibited during the PLASA09 tradeshow in Earl's Court, London in September.
During the tradeshow we introduced the Cuelux software lighting controller to the British lighting industry. With Cuelux nominated for an Innovation award the response from visitors was very encouraging.
Thank you all for visiting us and we look forward to see you again next year at PLASA10.
A new Spa resort "Zuiver" opened in Amsterdam. The resort comprises of 13,000 square meters of saunas, various types of swimming pools and massage facilities. It's located in the recreational area 'Amsterdamse Bos' just outside Holland's capital.
The opening show - set-off by the major of Amsterdam Job Cohen - featured a special effects package that included Moving lights, LEDs, cold fog, CO2 and fire equipment. The show was programmed and cued from a VisualDMX system with one DMX Output and one DMX Input.
Lighting and sound equipment and crew was supplied by Blue Magic rental company.
Slovakian based company Amex Audio, used an 8 universe Art-Net dongle with Canvix to programme these LED fixtures. The final selection and control was made via an Input interface connecting the Canvix system to their main lighting control desk from Avolites. The television show ran for a series of weeks and was in the popular style of a local talent show, aptly named Talent for Slovakian TV.