PLSN July 2013 : Page 19

SHOW REPORT Robe Lighting Roland Systems Group StageMaker Techni-Lux Robe featured the Pointe, a multi beam fxture with 75,000 Lux output; the new MiniMe; and the Cyclone, a moving head fan fxture with a ring of LEDs on the outside. robelighting.com Video demo at plsn.me/RobeLightingVid The Light Source Roland launched the VR-50HD all-in-one AV mixer, with outputs for live streaming and recording that make use of USB 3.0 and streaming 1080p. rolandsystemsgroup.com Video demo at plsn.me/RolandSysVid TMB StageMaker demonstrated their SR2 series of motor hoists, which feature their “Perfect Push” load wheel. It’s available in ¼, ½ and 1-ton confgurations. stagemaker.com TV One Techni-Lux previewed their forthcoming LEDifce LED fxtures along with their new Ultra BATT, an RGB battery powered LED uplighter with WDMX built in. techni-lux.com NEW YORK TIMES SQUARE BALL The Light Source had its 100W LED dimming houselights, built with 60 LEDs behind Fresnel lenses, on display. Options include 30°, 45°, 60° and 80° beam spreads. thelightsource.com Along with new ProPlex devices, TMB featured load cell monitoring from Performance Rigging Systems and the Par4keet 4K video distribution device from Green Hippo. tmb.com Video demo at plsn.me/TMBVid TV One launched its CORIOmax product line, complementing its existing line of CORIO based video processors, and a new company logo. tvone.tv M ore Pro duc t News from I nfoComm 2013 Aeson Event Technologies featured their Lumis Beam 5R, which uses Philips’ 5R lamp, along with their PH 3.75mm LED display and outdoor-rated PH 10mm display. Alcorn McBride featured its A/V Binloop HD solid state AV player with up to eight channels of Full HD 1080p or two channels of UltraHD 4K along with 16 tracks of 16-bit audio. ASK Proxima featured a full line of portable LCD and DLP projec-tors, including ultra short throw models for business, education and church applications. Calibre UK tweaked their LEDView530 and HQView 530 switcher/scalers, introduced ear-lier this year, with new features. displayLED showed its digiLED MK7 products with new Image Optimization Technology (IOT) and MC/K products with a new black edge high brightness chip. Flex Rental Solutions featured Flex4, their web based rental software for the live event in-dustry. G-Lux displayed of their indoor rated LED display systems, the 10mm and 15mm Mesh curtain and their IP65 rated 6mm LED Display Wall. Littlite showed a new desk light, the 2W dimmable Anser. It is available in 12”, 18” or 24” chas-sis, desk mount or USB powered versions. Luminex Network Intelligence featured GigaCore 12, GigaCore 14R and GigaCore 16Xt Ethernet switches with updated web-based user interface. Mega Systems, Inc. exhibited with Dicolor and RGBlink. Dicol-or ofered three series of LED displays and RGBlink displayed its line of LED panel controlling processors. NanoLumens featured its NanoSlim DS and NanoFlex DS Series LED displays, designed for use in a variety of shapes, sizes and curvatures, in 4mm, 5mm and 6mm pixel pitches. Navigator Systems demonstrated their latest version of HireTrack rental and inventory tracking software. Panasonic displayed new inter-active plasma displays, a new outdoor LCD display and new projectors including ultra-short throw and ultra-bright options. projectiondesign featured F35 panorama projector, with a 21:9 aspect ratio and 2.7 megapixel resolution, and a six-channel projected dome showing 2D and 3D content. Riedel Communications show-cased its MediorNet MN-C-OPT-HDMI and MN-HDO-4IO univer-sal video cards for the company’s MediorNet Modular network. Screen Innovations demoed their FlexGlass rear projection screen material, which can be rolled up for easy transport. TAF featured new lecterns fabricated from truss and their TAF Tool software program for designing systems using TAF products. Zylight featured their new F8 LED Fresnel and IS3c wide soft light. The new fxtures ofer tungsten (3200K) and daylight (5600K) options. L owers TSE Drops “The Ball” and Raises The Bar on RIGGING Our system perfoms flawlessly year after year on the World’s Largest Stage Imagine what we can do for your theatre rigging needs TSE Big enough to tackle any project Small enough to care Made in the USA 1.800.553.2204 Winona, MN www.thernstage.com plsn.com • 2013 JULY 19

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