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Some Thoughts On Color Mixing

Posted by Craig Rutherford on June 22, 2015 at 4:06pm 2 Comments

Over the years, many different lighting companies have come up with many different ways to do color mixing of their lights, and today I'd like to pontificate about some of the different methods and their strengths and weaknesses, and how they fit into different areas of design.

Flags: the mixing glass slides back and forth on tracks, moving into and out of the beam. The big strength of the flag system is the speed of the system, but what tends to happen is that as the flags ease into…


Why to believe in the G-Spot

Posted by Ben Diaz on June 22, 2015 at 7:51am 0 Comments

Spots: who needs them?

This is the usual way of thinking in all the "trendie" environments. The reason of this issue is, obviously, the "proclaimed kingdom" of the "beam" moving head. Yes; most of the people prefers a beam instead of a spot, and if possible, a beam, a spot and a wash in the same head. I can understand that. But in my mind, there's a clear hierarchy, if I need to choose between them: firstly the spot function, then a bright smoth wash, and finally a…


InfoComm 2015 and the Story of the Giant Paisley Test Pattern Nightmare

Posted by Jim Hutchison on June 19, 2015 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

Hi, everybody -- Jim Hutchison here, and I just got back from InfoComm 2015 in Orlando.  My eyes still have video wall test patterns burned in them, parking in Orlando at the OCCC for the InfoComm show was way worse than normal this year, and MegaLite had some really fantastically cold beer at their booth.  All of those things point to a really great show!

Oh yeah -- I'm gonna be blogging here at the Pro Lighting Space a lot…



Posted by Wayne Lambert on June 18, 2015 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Setting: Large, old, hotel ballroom, maybe the Chicago Sheraton, maybe not

Scene: Corporate LD talks to VINNY, a hotel staff A.V. guy

LD: What do you mean these points don’t really exist?

VINNY: Oh, my, my. Those idiot office people must have sent you an old drawing. Sorry. I told those morons they better get those things updated, before a great tragedy like this takes…


How to choose a proper led light for your projects

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With the application of the led lighting, more and more peaple would like replace their light with led light source.Now, let us share about how to choose a good quality led light.

Electric parts—-Life span and brightness

Top quality: Cree/Phillip chip, Mean well/Inventr POWER SUPPLY Normmally give u 5 years warranty (10 years around life span)

Middle quality:Epistar chip,Middle quality power supply Normmally give u 3…


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