The ColorSpot 575 AT includes all the effects imaginable - two separate gobo wheels with the ″SLOT&LOCK″ system, two separate colour wheels (one with the ″SLOT&LOCK″ system), motorized multi-step zoom with three different apertures of 15, 18 and 22 degrees, motorized iris, prism, separate and variable frost effect, remote focus and more. A new optical system and a new dichroic glass reflector increase the light output of the ColorSpot 575 AT. Completely new software enables very smooth rotations of gobos and prism, and 8- or 16-bit resolution for gobo indexing, prism indexing and dimmer. This product is the right solution for all types of installations from big clubs, large discotheques and venues to concerts and touring applications.
Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, the UK’s highest profile and best known festival event once again proves a massive hit for Robe moving lights – over 600 of which were deployed on a multiplicity of stages site-wide, including in major creative areas like Arcadia’s giant spider spectacular show and legendary underground dance destination, Block 9.
Lighting Designer Conleth White asked leading Irish technical production and rental company Just Lite to supply lighting for the Irish premier of “Titanic Dance” which was staged at the Millennium Forum Theatre in Derry.
Maribor's Lutkovno Gledališče (Puppet Theatre) sits on the fabulous site of an old Minorite monastery dating back to 1271, nestling down by the Drava River in Slovenia's picturesque second city.
UAE based Lighting Designer Terry Miranda specified over 120 Robe fixtures to realise an eye-catching design for “Watan Al Ahlam” (Country of Dreams), a musical performance staged by the UAE Ministry of Education at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
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