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Prolight + Sound 2017

Prolight + Sound 2017

Hall 3, one of several massive exhibit halls used for Prolight+Sound.

Looking across the Frankfurt fairground towards Hall 4 past some of the open-air sound stages.

ETC’s Cat Shepherd, Rosi Marx and Katherine Walmsley.

The Doughty Engineering team of Julian Chiverton, Stephen Wright, Mark Chorley, Matthew Brake and Laurence Dyer with Micheal Kempe of Fischer (second from left). Doughty showed their new Space Saver system and Pole Operated Yoke.

Pete Floyd with LSC’s new Unity dimming system.

An ominous look from Global Truss.

Koy Neminathan with Avolites’ Arena lighting control console.

Atmospheric specialists MDG showed a wide range of equipment.

Paul Hadfield of Prolyte UK with Marina Prak from Prolyte HQ in the Netherlands.

Major Lighting in the Lightpower Villege.

James Wheelwright and Fiona Blackett on stand for creative scenic and drapery specialists J&C Joel. Their Frankfurt stand was based on a circus tent they designed for the H|ollywood-inspired theme park Motiongate Dubai.

All action on the Philips Entertainment stand.

All action on the Philips Entertainment stand.

André Bragard-De Naeyer and Maurycy Sowka of ASM.

Gordon Torrington and Peter Marshall of PRG/XL Video.

Ian W. Brown and Bill Jones of Robe UK.

Lumen Radio showed their entire CRMX line-up.

Silvio Cibien shows ELC’s new distribution system.

Computerworks for Vectorworks Spotlight systems.

The home of MA Lighting where a new software release gained much attention.

An SGM trio of Peter Johansen, Helle Munch and David Keighley.

Franck Dujardin showed the latest LED luminaires from RVE of France.

Harry von den Stemmen and Josef Valchar of Robe who launched their new German subsidiary Robe Deutachland.

Pio Nahum of Claypaky with Séverine Zucchiatti of Robert Juliat.

Ian Kirby of LED Ltd and SGM with Sebastian Wissmann of Madrix of Germany.

David Gore and Adam Beaumont of Area Four Industries.

Outline of Italy launched the “Newton” centralised media processor.

Avolites showed the much anticipated Ai v10 media server software.

Rosco’s Matthias Bohnenpoll, Ron Knell and Alexander Porvatov.

Jean-François Canuel and John Fuller of Chroma-Q.

AC-ET’s Darren Palmer and Johan Bertilsson alongside Jands lighting control consoles.

Robert Juliat’s Ludwig Lepage and François Juliat.

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