Belgium installation company, RGB-LED Lightin’ Art was recently asked to create an eye-catching art installation for the building façade of law firm Oostvogels Pfister Feyten in Luxembourg. The building is located on one of the main through roads near Luxembourg City.
The light installation was a series of custom-made LED strips housed within 36 frosted glass balls. The system runs live via a computer running Canvix, with back-up images stored in an Elite. Oostvogels wanted their staff to be able to change the Matrix at will and to have the standalone Elite system available for when the offices were unmanned for longer periods of time.
Perhaps our favourite tradeshow; meeting many new users and distributors certainly made Prolight+Sound in Frankfurt a great week.
Thank you all for visiting, we hope to meet you again in 2009.
The biennial Dutch tradeshow Vakbeurs Theatertechniek offered Visual Productions the perfect stage for presenting its lighting control solutions to the Dutch stage and entertainment lighting market.
It was our company’s second time as exhibitor at this show, this year our emphasis was on the brand new Frontier fool-proof replay unit. Furthermore we offered the Dutch public a real premiere: the introduction of the Din Rail DMX Splitter; a very practical device especially for the installation market.
The Beurs van Berlage (Amsterdam's stock exchange 100 years ago) hosted the international Christmas party of Tommy Hilfiger. The events' lighting package included 120 square meter of LED dancefloor.
The floor was controlled by Canvix using 4 Elites and 1 DMX Input. VisualTouch was also connected for a quick selection of presets.
The LED floor and Canvix was supplied by rental company HGL, additional stage lighting was supplied by Aukes Theatertechniek. The event was produced by Obsession Productions.
The U-Bar club in the city of Utrecht (Holland) opened its doors this summer after being fitted with a complete sound and light package. Lighting included LED fixtures, strips and Martin SCX500 scans.
Dutch based SLR Productions & Sales supplied the sound and light equipment that included the very first installed Frontier.