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Steinigke is reporting live from the Prolight & Sound

March 12th, 2010 Posted in Prolight+Sound Tags: , ,

Only 12 days are seperating us now from the most important international tradeshow for event and entertainment. But unfortunately many of you aren’t able to attend because they probably theyr own event or because they are prevented for any other reason. But this isn’t a cause to be sad because we are going to report live from the Prolight & Sound in Frankfurt directly from our stand. So you won’t miss any information if you follow our several platforms.

Here we are offering our different options to do this:

On YouTube, for example we are going to regularly upload videos. In those videos our latest products that you can also find at our tradeshow-stand, are presented. The products are presented and explained from our selling-team that is already looking forward to stand in front of the camera for you. Also, there are going to be some shorter videos. Those should put over the atmosphere during the tradeshow.

In our Blogs you will also get more detailed and written information what is going on. Pictures and reports you can already find and we will just as well report from our build-up as from the whole course of the tradeshow.

For the ones who are more on Facebook it will of course be able to read the most important information there and share it with own friends.

On Twitter we will inform you in short messages when there is a new blogentry, a new video or when our tradeshow-stand is worth a visit etc.

For everyone who is interested in the Social Media at Steinigke Showtechnic we will of course answer all your questions and are also pleased to give you some tips how to use those platforms we are using for your own company.

All users of Blogs, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube who want to report about our company or our products are very welcome to visit us. We will help you, too and if required of course answering your questions and give you interviews. Our products are presented so that filming and photographing are not going to be a problem and our needed documents to make a report are also given.

What do you need more?

Now there just missing our several links where you can find our Online-tradeshow-reports:

Steinigke Blog

Day 13 before the Prolight & Sound

March 11th, 2010 Posted in Prolight+Sound Tags: , , ,

Now it’s getting exciting. Only 13 days until it starts.

The trusses are packed, cables are packed, and the first pallets roll into the trucks. Of course, our construction crew will be there to begin their work for several days before the show starts . So here is the tension already much higher than eg our sales department, which will be permitted to introduce our latest products. But here, the preparations are well on track.

How it looks in our exhibition department you can see on the following pictures.

Countdown to the Prolight + Sound 2010

March 5th, 2010 Posted in Prolight+Sound Tags: , ,

The countdown is running and there are just 19 days left until Prolight & Sound 2010 takes place in Frankfurt

Everyone who has ever organised such a tradeshow-participation knows how much work you have to invest for such a plan. In the meantime our tradeshow-team is occupied packing the necessary material break-proof so that every piece will arrive in Frankfurt and can be build up. Several pallets with material are already waiting for the needed truck that is going to transport everything in the direction of Frankfurt. The first test with the EUROLITE LED-Soft-Displays flow smoothly and that is the reason why we can present more than 80 m² of those video-curtains with nearly 100.000 LED-picture elements this year. So in hall 11.0 at the stand A11 + A05 is worth a visit at any rate.

Definitely, I will find out more details in the next few days.

Introducing MADRIX® 2.8 At Prolight + Sound 2010

February 23rd, 2010 Posted in Prolight+Sound Tags: , , ,


MADRIX 2.8 will be officially launched at Prolight + Sound 2010. The upcoming version of the LED control software includes plenty of brand new features.

Two fresh and creative effects called “SCE Metaballs” and “SCE Drops” as well as the much-improved Sound2Light effect “S2L Equalizer” extend the possibilities to amaze every audience. In addition, reorganizing effects by using drag & drop is now easily possible.

Combining effects was greatly enhanced by adding new features to layers, such as Copy, Paste, and Insert. This represents the professional and reliable performance of MADRIX combined with its ease of use.

The Patch was completely rebuild and is as user-friendly and fast as never before. And it now offers an advanced range of functions. Moreover, the DMX Watcher and the DMX Fader Tool—two very useful tools—highly increase productivity and simplify working with LED installations.

Futurelight EYE-60 – LED there be Washlight!

February 23rd, 2010 Posted in FUTURELIGHT Tags: , , ,

51841337fFuturelight now offers a more compact version of its flagship EYE-108 RGBW – the new LED moving head EYE-60 RGBW. The EYE-60 comes with all features that have made its older brother a convincing tool for all professional light designers.

The EYE-60 just like the EYE-108 offers high luminosity at a low weight and low energy consumption as well as trendsetting color mixing out of the four components red, green, blue, and white for even more color mixing options. Adding a fourth primary color brings a variable color temperature. The difference between the two state-of-the-art multifunctional spots is the number of 3-watt LEDs that was reduced from 108 to 60 (22 x red, 17 x green, 15 x blue, and 6 x white). This equals 250 watts with standard spots with discharge lamps.

Up to 14 EYE-60 RGBW can be operated with a single 16-ampere IEC outlet and including the suspension weigh only a little more than 100 kilograms. This makes the washlight most suitable for a sophisticated light design even on small stages or at crowded venues with limited budget and power supply. With its compact size, running smoothness even at high speed, and high luminosity the EYE-60 RGBW is applicable particularly for galas and fairs, and is simply a must as economic alternative for rental companies and light designers that need to set value on parameters like brightness, weight, power consumption, and speed.

All settings on the washlight can be made quite easily and are well readable thanks to its clearly arranged LCD screen. The ESDC function (easy service data check) of the battery-backed control panel ensures the readout of operating hours and various other parameters at any time – even without mains supply. A time-saving feature for rental companies often faced with a large number of devices.

The EYE-60 RGBW weighs less than 8 kilograms and can be operated at 100 to 240 volts due to its switch mode power supply. Power consumption is at 250 watts maximum. Further highlights of the new spot are a versatile strobe effect with up to 25 flashes per second, a random function, and not less than 56 programmed scenes for the operation without controller. Music control can be done via the built-in microphone at any time. The LED’s beam angle is 28°.

Since 2004, the washlights of Futurelight’s EYE range have been reflecting the zeitgeist with the best available technology. Currently, a more favorably priced range is also available besides the EYE-60 RGBW and the EYE-108 RGBW: the EYE-90 RGB, the EYE-54 TCL, and the EYE-36 MK2. LED there be Washlight!

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