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Eurolite goes Miami

April 3rd, 2013 Posted in EUROLITE, References, Videos Tags: , ,

The Ultra Music Festival is the best known festival for electronic music of the world.Two weekends in march, over 330.000 visitors and the sun of Miami make it also the most popular one. 2013, the festival celebrated its 15th jubilee. With a massive light installation, numerous artists like Snoop Dog, Sven Väth, Eric Prydz and David Guetta were supported. Eurolite was in on it, too:


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Lichtspielhaus celebrates with Steinigke into the new year

January 7th, 2013 Posted in EUROLITE, FUTURELIGHT, References

How better can you begin the new year than with a great party? That was the thought of the persons in charge at the discotheque “Lichtspielhaus” in Marktheidenfeld. That’s why they organized the big “New Year’s Eve Party” – with good music, the best atmosphere and support from Steinigke Showtechnic. Until the morning hours, 400 party people celebrated the start into the year 2013.

Happy new year to all our customers and friends!



The Lichtspielhaus used the following equipment:


10 x EUROLITE LED IP Strip 150 5m RGB 24V

1 x EUROLITE VLS-1200RGB 40k Show laser

1 x EUROLITE HE Laser Software with Interface

2 x EUROLITE LED FE-600 Flower effect

2 x FUTURELIGHT EYE-60 Moving Head Wash

2 x EUROLITE LSD-25 IP44 (H)1.6m x (B)1.2m

1 x EUROLITE LSD AIO und 1 x MADRIX dvi Software


5 x EUROLITE LED BAR-252 RGB 10mm 20°

4 x EUROLITE LED IP T1000 RGB 10mm 20°

20 x LED Christmas ball 6cm

20 x LED Christmas ball 6cm

On the Road with PSSO’s Compact Line Array

June 6th, 2011 Posted in PSSO, References Tags: , , ,

PSSO - S.Oliver

When we started to focus on the PSSO CLA at the end of 2007, we thought its primary application are sports halls and other public buildings or venues. Consequently, the first locations where the CLA was installed during and shortly after its development stage were sports halls in the vicinity of Würzburg. The CLA was intended to serve as fixed PA system at these locations and if necessary, could be complemented or replaced by a mobile PA system. Hence, our main focus was on vocal transmission and canned music. Initially, we did not urge the use in the rental sector for live shows. Read more »

Luminale 2010 – Project “InterAktives Licht” a great success

The Kameha Suite was one of the most photographed scenes during this year’s Luminale in Frankfurt. Every minute, the facade of the historic building was illuminated with colorful compositions. The special feature of the project was that the light design was made by visitors themselves.

The project organizers doitsmart.eventmanagement and Steinigke Showtechnic had called upon visitors to design their own compositions via a web interface on Over 900 visitors tried the role of a light designer online – successfully! The participants on the Internet, as well as visitors on-site, were impressed by the idea and its colorful implementation. The Kameha Suite provided the ideal projection screen and had a strong presence during the six event evenings. Compared to other illuminations, “InterAktives Licht” was one of the most interactive projects of this year’s Luminale, because visitors were really involved in the event.

Altogether, Steinigke Showtechnic supported the project with 32 Eurolite T 1000 outdoor spots, 24 Futurelight OCC-36 LED outdoor color changer and DMX controllers.

LSD curtains in the Airport in Würzburg

May 31st, 2010 Posted in EUROLITE, References Tags: , ,

The airport nightclub in Würzburg, Bavaria, is one of Germany’s leading house and techno clubs. It has been and still is home to many international top acts. Whether it is Sven Väth, Paul van Dyk, DJ Rush, Monika Kruse, Chris Liebing or Westbam; they all have rocked both turntables and entertained the masses.

Now, the airport, which had its own truck at the Love Parade for years, set a new standard and decided to install LSD curtains. “We wanted to try something new, something, that other clubs don’t have,” reckons the owner Rudi Schmidt. As the LED Soft Displays offer great flexibility, a very low own weight and brilliant colors, they are an innovation in the field of lighting technology: they are suitable for a wide range of applications and can show videos, graphic applications as well as backdrops. Only recently, the Eurolite LSD-100 curtain was crowned the winner in the category “Light tool of the year“ by German magazine Soundcheck.

The 14 curtains have been installed by Ape Laps Lichtprodukte from Würzburg. CEO Julius Schrenk assembled in total ten Eurolite LSD-75, four LSD-50 and six LSD AIO Network control systems in the airport and in the adjacent premises of “Soundpark Ost”. The curtains are primarily used as backdrops or ceiling lighting.

The airport opened its doors in 1983 in an old warehouse. Back in those days, the interior design space was the one of an airport terminal, hence the name to the club. The crowd at the time was trendy, ties and champagne were an obligation and many so called “pop icons” of the 80s, like Kool & the Gang, Sister Sledge, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Santana or Def Leppard, had their appearance at the airport after having played a show in the city.

In the following years, the airport turned from an elitist into a favorite student venue. Furthermore, they opened within the site the “Rockpalast” area (today “Soundpark Ost”) offering there an alternative music program. There was another turning point in the club’s history when techno music became popular. The new electronic music dominated the dance floors and the airport soon became Mecca for ravers all over Germany and beyond. After a short renovation phase, the club was reanimated by Rudi Schmidt, who re-opened a completely new designed airport. Techno had become music for the masses and the expanded venue offered plenty of space.

Today the airport offers various party activities such as dance classics or student events, while the Friday nights are dedicated to house music. Highlights of the club are still its highly successful techno events with superstar guests like Westbam, Carl Cox and others.