This was probably the busiest tradeshow Visual Productions ever had; a very strong attendance and a great reception of our two new product CueluxPro and the B-Station. Thank you all for visiting, see you next year!
Visual Productions has supplied a new lighting control system to Rijkswaterstaat, part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment.
Rijkwaterstaat operates the LEF Future Centre, a conference centre that applies neurological and psychological sience to create an environment that stimulates and supports processes like brainstorm and decission making sessions. The centre utilizes sophisticated systems for audio, projection and lighting.
Visual Productions supplied a turn-key control system that consists of 9 CueCores, 10 IoCores and a few additional DMX Splitters.
Studio59, a new restaurant / lounge-cafe, recently opened in Veghel (NL). Controllux BV supplied two CueCores to control the various LED, conventional and intelligent fixtures. Each CueCore contains presets and recorded effects. The staff uses two iPads running TouchOSC to select the colour-schemes and activate the effects.
German Distributor LMP recently completed a colourful installation at the nearby Art Center, Iktomia.
The old railway station and grounds have been turned into a studio & gallery by the artist Volker-Johannes Trieb. The result a magical garden filled with creativly lit sculptures and walkways.
Trieb controls the lighting states via the TouchOSC app on his iPhone which in turn is connected to a CueCore:
1 x CueCore
Robe fixtures with the integuaral Wireless CRMX technology from Lumen Radio.
Sanberg Licht installed LED lighting and a CueCore DMX controller in the two bus stops in the city center of Leuven in Belgium. The CueCore is programmed to turn on the lighting at sunset and to switch it of in the middle of night. Switching on the lighting is done with fluent 'wave effect' that subtilely fades in the LEDs.
2x DIN Rail DMX Splitter