Current Category: PLASA09

Jands Vista Preparing to Release Byron Into the Wild

Jands Vista Preparing to Release Byron Into the Wild

Back at PLASA 09, Jands Vista introduced their latest software upgrade to their Vista line of consoles, Byron.  Jands had demo’s of Byron running at LDI 09, but alas, I did not get a chance to see Byron running in person.  But since then, I have meet Byron and he is a pretty cool dude, […]

Lumens in the Air with LumenRadio

Lumens in the Air with LumenRadio

One of the newer products that I got a chance to play with at LDI this year that wasn’t an LED fixture was the LumenRadio system.  LumenRadio made it’s debut into the entertainment lighting industry at the PLASA show this year and took home PLASA’s 2009 Award for Innovation. LumenRadio is a wireless system to […]

Pulsar Introduces ChromaPowerPix 200 LED Blinder

Pulsar Introduces ChromaPowerPix 200 LED Blinder

At the PLASA Show this year at Earls Court in London England, Pulsar Lighting introduced their latest LED lighting fixture, the ChromaPowerPix 200. The ChromaPowerPix 200 is 12 independently controlled cluster of five 3w TriColor LEDs contained in a lightweight aluminum compact design. Each of the 12 clusters of LEDs is able to produce 15 […]

Compulite Announces New Vector Violet Console

Compulite Announces New Vector Violet Console

At the PLASA Show this year, Compulite announced the arrival of a new console to their Vector lineup of consoles, the Vector Violet. Designed as a lightweight and portable console for touring, the Vector Violet is small at 2′ wide and just over a foot deep and made of composite materials. Contained in this small […]

PLASA09: The First Day

It is September 13 and the first day of the PLASA Show at Earls Court in London England.  At the time of release, the show floor has been open for 3 hours already. We have not heard much yet from any of the exhibitors or attendees yet. What we have confirmed is that Total Structures […]

Interactive Technologies Introduces The SceneStation

Interactive Technologies, the makers of the CueServer, has just introduced their latest DMX Control device, the SceneStation. The SceneStation is a different kind of architectural Preset Station as is goes beyond just simple playback of looks, but can run chases, stepped sequences or a cue list of scenes. Each of the five buttons on the […]

PLASA09: Update on RSC LightLock

The other day we mentioned the pre show announcement of the Royal Shakespeare Companies LightLock device for hanging moving lights.  After speaking with a couple of our fellow entertainment news outlets we have some updated information. The RSC LighLock was actually introduced last year at PLASA08 but only as a prototype.  Since then it seems […]

Live Coverage of PLASA 2009

Are you planning on attending PLASA at Earls Court in London next week? You’re not?! Neither are we. We just could not swing the trip over the great big blue.  But have no fear, there are some UK based designers and friends that will be covering the show for all of us giving you and […]

PLASA09: Get Your Show Guide Early

If you are attending the PLASA Show this year at Earls Court in London England, make sure you are prepared before you get there!  With just a couple of days before the show floor opens on the 13th of September, prep your self before hand by mapping out your adventures on the show floor and […]

PLASA09: Martin Professional New Lighting Solutions

We just received a press release from Martin Professionals regarding some of the things they plan on announcing and showing off at the PLASA Show next week at Earls Court.  More from the official Press Release: Martin Professional heads to PLASA 2009 at Earl’s Court in London (September 13-16) armed with a new and rapidly […]

PLASA09: RSC LightLock

Looking ahead towards the PLASA Show next week at Earls Court in London England, We have a preview of what the Royal Shakespeare Company has been working on, the RSC LightLock. Imagine this, you need to hang a moving light in a place where there is no pipe or truss hung.  In comes the RSC […]