PLASA has once again become the meeting point for the lighting professionals who came to display their most innovative solutions, which included Robe, effects(1), Robert Juliat and Wireless Solution.
The latest edition of the fair PLASAheld from 5 to 8 October in the Exhibition Centre ExCel of London, has returned to be the meeting point between professionals of lighting. This Act have gone with their latest Robe, Vari-Lite, Robert Juliat Y Wireless Solution, marks represented by Entertainment Equipment Supplies)EES).
The presence of Robe has been starring your tailstock BMFL sphere with battery, recently announced by EES and whose presentation was collected by Digital AV Magazine.
In addition to the BMFL sphere with battery, which starred in the demo offered in its stand on the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Rob also presented the MiniPointe, designed to create sharp beams and effects in confined spaces; the renovated LiteWare HO2 and Satellite2 versions that offer improvements in software and a greater durability of the battery; the bar with 12 multichips of 15w RGBW and a motorized zoom 8-67 th CycPix12; and the improved DLS4 and Actor 3 ST, Actor 6 ST and Actor 12 ST.
Effects(1) booth highlighted the moving head Spot lamp Philips MSR Gold FastFit of 1200W and 33,000 lumens VL4000 Spot. A computer that incorporates zoom from 9 to 47 degrees, optics high resolution, two color wheels and two other animation with rotating system with variable control of motion from horizontal to vertical, among other features.
Robert Juliat has unveiled its new, powerful and robust canon of follow-up for touring Merlin, result of an ambitious project that has had the Council of rental, lighting designers at Plasa 2014 and cañoneros.
Wireless Solution, for its part, unveiled the new W-DMX Cob (Chip on Board), transceiver pocket size (6x6mm), and UglyBox MK2, which besides the transmitter function that offered so far, takes the place of the receiver, allowing to be upgraded to the new W-DMX G5 generation. Swedish brand has also presented their practical briefcases to carry equipment.
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