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Cineo Lighting

Cineo introduced the Lightblade, created in partnership with NBCUniversal. Available in 24” and 48” lengths, these 2.5” wide LED fixtures offer a thin and low profile footprint for even the tightest nooks and corners of your TV and Movie sets. The modular, integrated mounting system allows gaffers and electricians to stack several lightblades together, offering as a single integrated light source, or independently for a multitude of diverse effects. The new Lightblade LB800 is Cineo/NBCUniversals new 2’x4’ aperture panel type fixture, offering an incredible 50,000 lumens with an 800 watts worth of LED inside. With White-phosphor LEDs and Phosphor-converted saturated RGB LEDs deliver consistent color across a broad spectrum, and feature both HIS and RGB control modes. The LB800 can also be controlled in up to 10 independent zones via DMX, with configurability via RDM. New users won’t be disappointed, as the LB800 features the same intuitive graphic user interface for control.

CITC Special Effects

CITC was celebrating 28 years of business with the new owners of the company Paul de la Port and Jason Wilbur.Gary and Stephany were also on hand with the wide array of special effects products the company is known for including their recently released Maniac II. Features:

  • 15 Second SmartFog creates cryogenic or fire effects
  • Fully automated moving head
  • 24 LED lights
  • 10 DMX channels
  • Adjustable output and speed
  • Instant stop technology
  • Strobe, dim, mix colors
  • Mount upright or upside down
  • Sound activation
  • Multi-Function Controller allows use without DMX

City Theatrical

Just in time for this year’s show, City Theatrical released their new Multiverse. With the growing issues with wireless frequencies (and several other daily challenges), they have answered with the Multiverse Module. The goal was more data using less radio energy, and they succeeded. This module offers flexibility, scalability, easy use, 2.4GHz, and 900MHz frequencies, and backward compatibility. Depending on your needs/ multiverse components, you can go from one universe of control to ten universes. The Multiverse product line includes the Multiverse SHoW Baby, Multiverse Node, Multiverse Transmitter, and Multiverse Gateway. Worth noting is the Multiverse Transmitter and Multiverse Gateway have the DMXcat onboard to allow for user setup. And if wireless control advancements weren’t enough, the QolorFlex line now has a new addition with the NuNeon. This is a sealed LED linear product that easily replaces neon lighting with is extreme flexibility and safety. This is ETL listed, RGB color mixing, and operates on 24VDC. It works with a variety of the QolorFLEX dimmers and power supplies and can easily installed with accessories specifically for the NuNeon. The outdoor rating tops off the functionality making this a nice solution to a number of design needs.

Clay Paky

Distributed in the US by ACT Lighting, Clay Paky had the world premiere of theirSHARPY PLUS. TheSHARPY PLUS is the first true 100% HYBRID unit, able to be a beam light and a spotlight. The SHARPY PLUS uses the new, Osram Sirius 330W X8 lampand weighs only 47.6 lb. Its body is slightly larger than the Sharpy's, to house an updated optical unit featuring a3° to 36° zoom range. The SHARPY PLUS has two independent operating modes.In BEAM mode, the aerial effects are enhanced by the way the Sirius lamp is made. It is capable of extraordinary power output (over 300,000 lux at approximately 30-feet), which the optical unit enhances through a marked hot spot.In SPOT mode, the light is diffused for creating visual effects can be projected with uniformity. Its3° to 36° (1:9) zoomcoversthe entire rangelinearly, both in spot mode and in beam mode. AXCOR SPOT 400 The Axcor Spot 400 provides the medium-power applications with a compact, bright, LED moving spotlight, complete with every device you need for exceptional projected visual effects. Featuring 2 rotating dichroic glass gobo wheels, with a total of 14 rotating gobos, an animation disc, a rotating prism, a power-driven iris, and a 16-bit dimmer. In addition to these, it features highly advanced color management tools based on a CMY system with linear CTO and a 6-color wheel. Another outstanding feature of the Axcor Spot 400 is the incredible 5.5°- 55° zoom, with an extremely uniform light distribution at every beam aperture. AXCOR PROFILE 400 Axcor Profile 400 is packed with advanced lighting, mechanical, and electronic features like:

  • 300W white LED module
  • 6°-42° linear Zoom
  • CMY+linear CTO+6-color wheel
  • An effect section with animation wheel
  • Patented framing system, mechanical iris
  • 16-bit electronic dimmer
Featuring an extraordinarily compact body,it is extremely quiet, and has three operating modes, which can be chosen according to needs: Silent, Standard and Auto. AXCOR PROFILE 600 Featuring a 500W white LED engine, Axcor Profile 600 has a 5.3°-47.2° zoom (1:9 ratio), a complete color system, an effect section with animation wheel, patented framing system, and mechanical iris, and a 16-bit electronic dimmer.The luminous efficiency is among the highest for this power category, and can be further increased by about 25% if necessary thanks to the exclusive “boost mode”. Axcor Profile 600 and Axcor Profile 400 are offered in two models: one that enhances the high light output or alternatively a model featuring very high color rendering (CRI = 90). HEPIKOS The Hepikosis an innovative Hybrid Wash/Beam light that combines low power consumption with color quality, in a highly compact body. The light is built around a bright 440W Osram discharge lamp, and features a 5-40° zoom, CMY color mixing, two color wheels. Thanks to its 185 mm diameter plano-convex front lens and its narrow 5° beam angle, it can produce a sharp, full-bodied beam, which may be used for striking aerial effects with saturated colors.

Clear Com

FreeSpeak II is a five-channel, full-duplex wireless intercom solution, ideal for large-scale, complex designs or specialized applications–requiring team members to be untethered and talking in independent channels of communication. After years of field experience and refinement, FreeSpeak II has become the de facto standard for wireless intercom operation in the 1.9GHz and 2.4GHz band across various markets. The exceptional RF performance and reliable connections across the system give users the peace of mind they need for staying connected at every major event, programming, stage performance, critical or mass area operation.


Coemar was highlighting their Phantom Fresnel/ PC fixture. This unit is available with three different LED arrays: Tunable Daylight, Variable White, and Full Spectrum (Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Lime, and Amber). The fixture is DMX/ RDM controlled with a motorized zoom from 14-84 degrees, 3 selectable dimming curves (exponential, logarithmic, and linear), and 4 fan settings (low, auto, studio, and DMX regulated). The fixture is targeted at both entertainment and broadcast applications. They also showed their ReLite LED retrofit. This bi-pin based module is designed to extend the life of existing stocks of 1K and 2K Fresnels by converting them to LED. Currently available in a Tungsten (3200K) or Daylight (5600K) color temperature, the retrofit is compatible with Triac or IGBT dimmers over a dimming range of 2-100%. Sources are 90CRI/ 160W or 97CRI/ 115W COB LEDs in a module that integrates the driver and fan and is supplied with an adapter to fit the existing lamp socket.


Dazian’s new product, Stretch Shapeswhich are constructed from IFR Trapeze® Plus fabric and can be reused with no puckering or bagging. They are machine washable, fade resistant, durable and easy to install. Ideal for Theatrical, Event, Retail and Commercial environments.

Their new Vector HD Tiles are multi-faceted, dimensional surfaces that create unique visual effects available in chrome and white. These innovative 3-dimensional tiles really “pop” when used with theatrical LED lighting. Velcro to one of their CD2 modular frames or glue to a wall.


DeSisti has updated and expanded their well-regarded SoftLED Series of fixtures with the SoftLED 1XL, SoftLED 2XL, and SoftLED 8XL. These fixtures are a response to requests from Lighting Designers for wider, brighter sources and offer roughly double the output of the existing SoftLED 1, 2, and 4 fixtures. It is important to note that they are not discontinuing the existing fixtures to be able to offer a wider range of sizes and outputs. Fixtures are available in Tungsten, Daylight, or Variable White with Manual and Pole-Op fittings. The SoftLED 1 is also available in a track-mount configuration for smaller studios and briefing rooms.

disguise (formally d3)

disguise Media Server systems have been getting a lot of notice this year in the entertainment industry. With tours like Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, and The Rolling Stones it is hard for them to go unnoticed. However, media servers are no longer just for concerts and big events like the Grammy's. disguise media servers are also being used in Broadcast, Fixed Installs, and Live Theatre. disguise has built a reputation that has quickly carried them to the top of the industry. This reputation is built on two things: Rock Solid Hardware and a Community of Users. All of disguise's media servers offer 3D visualization and set up, stunning effects and robust programming features. The disguise product line is scalable from a single 4K output to as many as 16 outputs. And every media server is sold with formal training from disguise's dedicated support team. The collaborative nature of the disguise organization is what draws users with new ideas to them. They work tirelessly to include existing technology and add new technology to their software every day. A great example of this is their implementation of Notch, a real-time graphics generator which provides users with stunning visual effects. A second example is the collaboration between disguise and Black Trax, a 3D tracking systems which enables disguise users to project on any moving surface, object, or subject. New for LDI disguise introduced the VX 4 a new piece of hardware completely redesigned from the ground up. It includes:

  • 16 x 3G-SDI inputs (4 x 4K@60fps max)
  • 16 outputs via 4 x VFC Output Slots (4 x 4K@60fps max)
  • Support for 10-bit color and HDR
  • Network connectivity: 2 x 1Gb/s, 2 x 10Gb/s, 2 x 25Gb/s
  • New version 15 software
Also new for this year is OmniCal. Omnical is a system of proprietary cameras that allow end users to calibrate all of the projectors to their corresponding projection surfaces in mere moments instead of minutes or hours.

Doug Fleenor Design

Doug Fleenor DMX DoohickeyDr. DMX has long been the go-to guy for all things DMX. His products are used industry wide for testing and stable reproduction of DMX Signals. But now we can also turn to the team at Doug Fleenor Design for all of our sACN & Artnet needs. New for this year is the DMX doohickey - the name is the only thing funny about it. This tiny device is designed to detect the address on channel 512 of a DMX universe. With hundreds of DMX universes available in sACN range people are beginning to identify them by parking channel 512 at the same value as the universe they are using. (universe #1 = channel 512 @1%) The DMX doohickey quickly identifies that DMX universe. Preset 10 Ethernet Architectural - EthernetPreset 10 Ethernet is a new 10-button station for Snapshot Capture and Architectural Playback of up to four (4) universes of DMX. These universes are collected from the sACN stream via RJ-45 with support for POE switches. Multiple stations may operate on the same network. Also new for this year is the 8 Channel Ethernet to Analog Interface. This device will accept sACN or ArtNet protocols and convert them into 0-10V outputs for control of analog equipment and lighting. Another product that has made the jump from DMX to Ethernet-based protocols is the famous 1 Channel Relay Pack. This product is used to quickly control the power to simple devices such as fans, hazers, projectors, practicals, and non-DMX products.

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