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„Brilliant eye-catcher“

June 18th, 2014 Posted in FUTURELIGHT, Press releases Tags: , , ,

German trade press Soundcheck tested three Futurelight .i devices for their May issue. The result: The technology for unlimited movements as well as the devices themselves left no margin of doubt.

The editors tested an EYE-7, a PLB-130 and a DMH-75 with .i technology. These devices move without mechanical limits, meaning they can rotate endlessly in horizontal and vertical direction.

A very elaborate control“

What impressed the testers most of all was the control of the endless rotation: The Moving Heads can also be controlled normally, with limit. There’s an extra channel for the .i mode – the channel formerly responsible for the corresponding PAN or TILT motion now becomes the speed control channel. „A very elaborate application, that can not only be mastered with every console, but can also realize movements with small controllers, which have not been so easy to generate until now”.

Extremely high quality“

Even independent of the .i technology, the three test devices left a positive impression. „In the matter of workmanship, you can say that they really didn’t scrimp on any of the three devices. The housing, the connections and the inner parts are (…) of extremely high quality“.

Recommendations for mounting

Lastly, testers gave recommendations for mounting the endlessly rotating heads: „On show and music stages, especially when positioning the spots on the back truss, you need to rethink. The .i Moving Heads should be directed toward the front and not mounted overhead, as much of their effect would be lost this way“.

 

Toxicator 2013 with 40 Futurelight PLB-130

March 11th, 2014 Posted in FUTURELIGHT, General, References Tags: , ,

9200 visitors on three floors, artists from 7 countries, one night: The Toxicator 2013, one of the biggest hard style indoor festivals in Germany, was a total success – also thanks to 40 Futurelight PLB-130 Moving Heads.

Toxicator 2013

For friends of hardstyle and hardcore techno, the Toxicator has been an essential part of the scene since 2009. To put the music’s fast beats into the limelight, the company responsible for the stage design, audiluma, concentrated on fast light equipment with sharp beams. The Futurelight PLB-130 with its Osram Sirius HRI 132 W lamp and its beam angle of only 2° fit right in.
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Dwarfs with power: Futurelight EYE-7 and EYE-7 Zoom put to the test

June 3rd, 2013 Posted in FUTURELIGHT, Press releases Tags:

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German trade press tested the Futurelight EYE-7 and EYE-7 Zoom. The result: The small Moving Heads leave a lasting impression.

The spots overwhelmed the testers of the magazine Soundcheck with their workmanship: “The workmanship is extremely sturdy and of high quality, making a very good impression”. But also the inner values, especially the brightness, stood out in the test: “Regarding brightness, the dwarf swells and delivers a really convincing performance”.

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Steinigke together with Inner Circle at LDI in Las Vegas

October 26th, 2012 Posted in EUROLITE, Events, FUTURELIGHT Tags: , , , , ,

Inner Circle Booth at LDI 2012 Las Vegas included lighting fixtures from EUROLITE, Futurelight and LED control by MADRIX. This was the US debut of the Chip On Board Technology (C.O.B.) from Eurolite and Futurelight.

The COB technology was featured in the EUROLITE 4×4 Perfomance Cluster RGB 16×30, Performance Bar RGB 1×8, 1×4 & 1×8 in 3200K. Also featured were the 100w COB Blinders available in 1×2 and 2×2 in 100W and 50W. Cob Tecnology was also used in the ML-56 100W PARs and the COB Strobes. To showcase the power of MADRIX 3D we installed 100 LED PIXEL Tubes from Eurolite. This LED Chandelier was jaw dropping and was one of the big attractions on the LDI Floor. The NEW MADRIX 3.0 handled this 10 Universe PIXEL Tube install with ease.

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