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White Light at BVE: Lighting, Projection and Media Control

White Light at BVE: Lighting, Projection and Media Control
White Light at BVE: Lighting, Projection and Media Control

London based production supplier White Light showcased new products on Stand at the Broadcast Video Expo at ExCel London on February 24-26. The company displaedy lighting, projection and control products from leading manufacturers including Altman Lighting, ArKaos PRO, Capture, Christie, CORE Lighting and Wireless Solution.

For the first time on the White Light stand, visitors sawe the Roadster HD14K- M Series projector in action lighting up the stand. Made by Christie, a market leader in digital display solutions, the Roadster M Series delivers 13500 lumens from a unique dual mercury lamp source, drawing less than 1500W maximum power.

For projection mapping and media control are ArKaos Pro media servers, combined with their latest MediaMaster software, feature easy to use tools such as multi-screen video mapping, projection warping and pixel-mapping. Powerful MediaMaster software delivers up to 12 layers of HD content across two, four, or six outputs depending on requirements.

For the ultimate in versatility, White Light  displaedy battery operated LED fixtures from CORE Lighting, which provide wireless lighting for scenery, backdrops, and architecture. On the stand will be CORE’s high-output Point30 uplighter, and the light-weight ColourPoint uplighter – both are IP65 rated for outdoor use.

For those looking to upgrade studio lighting, White Light showed the Phoenix LED profile, made by Altman Lighting. Winner of the PLASA members choice award, the Phoenix is designed to replace 750W tungsten units, with a maximum power consumption of just 250W.

For lighting control, White Light showcased wireless control systems from Swedish manufacturer Wireless Solution. Using exclusive W-DMX technology, Wireless Solution’s complete range of indoor and outdoor products can help eliminate cables and ensure complete control for events.

 

24th February 2015

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