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
Visual Productions enjoyed a busy week in London during the Plasa 2012 trade show in Earl's Court. Next year's Plasa will be held in ExCel on 6-9 October 2013.
The Gelredome stadium in the city of Arnhem (NL) is the home of premier-league soccer team Vitesse. The stadium designed for hosting many events other than soccer. By utilising its flexibel roof and retractible soccer-field the Gelredome is used for concerts, corporate events and exhibitions.
The 'Gelredome' logos on all four sides of the facade are fitted with RGBW LEDs. The Gelredome wished to be able to control the colour of the logos to match the current event; e.g. yellow when Vitesse plays and red during pop-concert.
TDE Light-tech supplied four networked CueCores. They are conveniently controlled by VisualTouch from the buildings control-room.
Dutch design, operating & video content company, Light Image, used the CueCore on the TV talent-show, "Holland's Got Talent" from RTL. The CueCore was positioned between the Audio control room and the 3 lighting desks, a Compulite for the general stage lighting, a GrandMA for controlling the effect lighting and a GrandMA2, which was being used for controlling the video servers. The Audio room sent a MIDI trigger to the CueCore which in turn sent out the correct MIDI-notes to the Compulite and the GrandMA desk to implement the “lighting freeze” and also a third MIDI-note to the GrandMA2 to trigger the real-time video content. Additionally, all “Got Talent” leader-music automatically triggered the correct effect lighting and video cues in sync using the same technique via the CueCore.
Koningin Juliana Toren is theme-parc with over 60 attractions and rides for families and kids. They used VisualDMX, a Duple and GPI module for controlling the lighting in the 'Disco Bumper Cars' area. The VisualDMX system was supplied and supported by Full AVL Distribution.