International News

Anolis LEDs Light Water Feature for Vertical Village

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 13, 2009
SYDNEY — Anolis ArcSource 6 RCWB LED underwater fixtures are illuminating a water sculpture located at Regent Place, the “vertical village” designed by U.K.-based Foster & Partners. Regent Place consists of two towers rising above a five-story sandstone podium that features retail, commercial and leisure spaces. Above the 5,400-square-meter, three-level shopping center, the development includes 657 apartments. Read More...

WOW-Vision Extends Reach to Pro AV Market

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 13, 2009
SINGAPORE —WOW-Vision, a wireless presentation software company, has opened up a sales and marketing office to cover Asia, Europe and the U.S. The company designs and manufactures proVEOS and eduVEOS for the pro AV market. Read More...

Martin EvenLEDs Used for Stage, Trade Shows

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 13, 2009
BERLIN — White Light supplied its first EvenLED units to the U.K. tour of Mary Poppins in mid-2008, and the system has subsequently been adopted by other shows including the London production of the musical Oliver! But the cyc lighting system is also helping designers meet challenges outside the theatre as well. Read More...

City Theatrical Provides SHoW DMX to “Oliver!”

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 13, 2009
LONDON — City Theatrical Inc. (CTI) has provided SHoW DMX equipment to lighting contractor Howard Eaton Lighting Ltd. for Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Oliver!, now playing at The Theatre Royal in London’s West End. Read More...

Robe Moving Lights for Doll Domination Tour

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 9, 2009
PARIS — LD Scott Warner is using Robe moving lights, including fixtures from the Digital Series, on his rig for the Pussycat Dolls “Doll Domination” tour, with lighting equipment being supplied by U.K.-based HSL. Read More...

XL Video Shares in Kings of Leon’s Visual Balance

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 9, 2009
LONDON — XL Video UK supplied MiTrix screens, 290 HD VersaTubes, cameras/PPU, Catalyst digital media servers and crew to the Kings of Leon “Only By The Night” tour. The show features an original IMAG mix directed by Phil Woodhead, who’s working closely with Catalyst operator Phil Haynes, lighting co-designer Ali Bale and creative director Paul Normandale on the show’s visual big picture. Read More...

Robe Used for Slovakian Launch of Audi Q5

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 9, 2009
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — Robe moving lights were in action on the Slovakian launch of the new Audi Q5, staged in the former factory for Cvernovka fabric and produced by Promea for Porsche Interauto Slovakia. Read More...

Martin LC Series Creates Musical’s Rubik’s Cube

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 9, 2009
ESSEN, Germany — German musical Ich Will Spass!, currently playing at the Colosseum Theater, is a throwback to the more carefree days of the 1980s. Written and produced by Stage Entertainment, Ich Will Spass!"(I Want to Have Fun!) features a multi-colored Rubik's Cube illuminated using Martin LC Series LED panels. Read More...

Robe Gives Museum Costume Exhibit Theatrical Touch

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 9, 2009
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — Lighting designer Andrej Hajdinjak approached Robe’s distributor MK Light Sound to assist in providing lighting for an exhibition of costumes by Slovenia costume designer Alan Hranitelj, staged at the National Museum of Slovenia. Read More...

Bloc Party’s “Intimacy” Tour Using I-Pix

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 8, 2009
GLASGOW, U.K. — Lighting designer Jonathan Armstrong, a.k.a. “Leggy,” is using 21 i-Pix BB7 LED wash lights and 19 i-Pix BB4 blinders for Bloc Party’s Intimacy world tour, the first time he’s used either fixture on one of his shows. Read More...

Crew Juggles Looks for UK’s “Don’t Forget The Lyrics”

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 8, 2009
MANCHESTER, U.K. — HSL continued its relationship with Granada TV Studios in Manchester and lighting designer Tom Kinane with the supply of LED and digital lighting for “Don’t Forget The Lyrics” presented by Shane Richie. Read More...

MAU Uses Selecon Gear for Artistic Performances

PLSN Staff •
  • International News
• February 7, 2009
NEW YORK — Taking its name from the non-violent Samoan independence movement, MAU is an ensemble of artists using minimalist choreography, staging and lighting to make a visual commentary about life, social change and death, and lighting from a Selecon 575W MSR Zoomspot plays a key role. Read More...

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